From the earliest records that humanity has left in writing we see a concern about overpopulation and the threat of resources, so costly to produce or obtain, will not reach everyone. but is it really the fact that of increasing the number of inhabitants what threatens us? Perhaps there is more threat in not knowing how to prepare for the future than in the number of people with whom we must coexist.
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A story we have witnessed too many times. The formula is really simple. Get to know what the majority is saying and repeat it before an audience. The audience will start to validate their point of view because there’s someone publicly talking about it. Eventually, this symbiosis culminates in mutual deception, like Trump who “loves Wikileaks” and now is “OK” with the prosecution of their leaders.
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History repeats itself every time we are before a revolution, those radical changes that make us feel uncomfortable, because radical changes always do. But to begin a race against artificial intelligence supposes to lose even before the start.
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The wave of politicians who have been against the enemy of the pharmaceutical companies is historical. but the industry continues to grow stronger at the expense of public health plans and the pockets of patients themselves, when the price of medicines is only an effect of the vices generated by the same companies that produce them.
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