Ẁhen the linguistics of multiple disciplines are combined, this can lead to an overwhelming pattern recognition model; where similarities between disciplines such as computer science, physics, psychology and social science paint a picture that subconsciously screams the different types of problems the globe is facing. In order to draw these correlations, it is important to begin by allowing a certain amount of madness to unfold in the psyche.
It is a hypercomplex world, with hypercomplex structures that were formerly classical under many contexts; such as economics, politics, and even theoretical physics. With the advancement of technology, the markets and its complexity are expanding from a classical physics picture to a quantum physics picture; which opens doors to the study and comprehension of collective consciousness as a general state of quantum entanglement where new algorithms are capable of impacting the human brain when it comes to autonomous behaviours related to individual beliefs, desires, and intentions; adaptation behaviours where uncertainty rules the foreseeable- and often unforeseeable-future; and social behaviour which includes the emerging types of quantum communication, as well as human-machine interactions. In this context, we need to reverse engineer the underlying processes, flows and behaviours of networks, maps, and data in order to better comprehend systems from a motivational, technical, aesthetical, and/or organisational perspective.
Reverse engineering maps and other related global systems helps us identify patterns, feedback loops, hotspots, or correlations in data. Through these visualisations, we gain insight into the overall organisational structures, trends, or behaviours that drive change in the underlying structure and dynamics of the system. Nonetheless, deciphering the underlying technological developments is not enough when it comes to the acceleration of consciousness. Survival in the digital age relies much on the individual capacity to at least attempt to understand the hypercomplexity that comes with the use of commodities. Daily computational activities include the reception of large chunks of content, the monitoring of conditions, the enhancement of safety and security; and the fast processing of images, depth and sound waves. Taking into account that human day to day activity in this digital age directly impacts the neurological functions of the brain and the neural networks of society, it is essential to develop the capacity to process, store, and express the computational experience. Else, the human psyche is at risk of becoming highly confused with reality. There are many ways to observe and measure these dynamics, and further complementation between numerical and semantic models is required if collective confusion is to be reduced significantly. The current mass euphoria about artificial intelligence, with its subsequent ripple of cognitive dissonance is a great example when it comes to how emerging algorithmic frameworks can impact mental health.
Therefore, a balanced approach of computer science mixed with clinical psychology is required to prevent overwhelming the masses with stochastic SEO or SEM. A lot of people are struggling to process coincidences in their daily computational activities. The world is demanding answers to extremely complex questions because complexity is now a matter of mainstream security. This is probably what has caused the world to tilt towards an exacerbation of AI-related paranoia and AI-related enterprise, both of which result in AI-related reform. Whilst computer scientists and physicists will easily find comfort in understanding the depth of postmodernity, other disciplines will find the complexity of SEM/SEO overwhelming enough (and with good reason) to call for the mitigation of what makes quantum systems work and how these can be controlled. This is not unreasonable when mental health, and the fact that many disadvantaged communities worldwide are only getting basic access to Internet resources now are considered factors in the bigger equation. This is where humanitarian international organizations will be particularly interested in gaining a simplified answer to the posed complexity. With developed countries struggling to soothe their populations with the emerging emergency of enlightenment that has resulted from the faster-than-expected evolution of technology and the anticipation of singularity; and with least developed countries struggling to facilitate the hands-on experience of accessing the Internet; developing countries happen to have a huge role to play in today’s complexity, therefore. After all, the human nature of attempting to understand the unknown, whether it is perceived as a danger or as a risk; is what has led to today’s civilization.