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readers and make them understand better. He says that when he was working, he never recognized he could remember any information and that he discovered his notes were incomplete. In this way, he zipped over to a search engine (indicating the piece that Deep Blue offered when it beat Kasparov, which was a knight) Thompson applied clear thinking where he blogged interestingly regarding the Spanish chess-playing robot and received comments after few minutes. In this way, he became interested in chess robot and human opponent (Thompson 343). For him to understand centaur play, he had to read a Kasparov’s book as well as enquiring more on chessplaying game. He discovered that various chess players think advanced chess is a grim sign of machines’ controlling the game while others think it is a sign of a more valuable human mind than the computers. However, he engaged in a chat with his wife to explain how better the advanced chess was and thus passed the original draft. He fought procrastination to avoid
Surname 6wasting time chatting online. After providing the story, Thompson explores every trend like the existence of “omnipresent computer and public thinking.” Thompson (352) asserts that most people are conversational thinkers. Thompson utilizes the above evidence since it is a real-life example that individuals would relate. However, the evidence raises the comfort to the reader as it delivers a logical understanding to the reader the occurrence of the situation. The evidence provided is credible since it is a great example that shows his idea of technology and how people today use it to build connections among them across the globe. Individuals can utilize the links to collaborate with others as well as discussing new concepts. To convince the readers, Thompson uses pathos, which is a strategy that attracts emotions of the reader. Thompson explains how people panic when today’s technology deforms brains on a psychological level. Most people engage in reading text messages rather than reading books. When he worriedly says, “I’m not thinking the way I used to think,” can attract the emotions of the reader (Thompson 345). He claims that it has not been easy to maintain cognitive habits of concentration and deep thoughts. Some neuroscientists argue thatpeople do not understand how the brains are wired. In this way, the daily activities, which are healthy can cause risk to cognition after scanning the individuals participating in them. Thompson gives an example of James Swain, a psychiatry professor and his colleagues scanned young adult’s brains investigating the cries of their babies. The results arethat brain circuit resembled those of individuals suffering from obsessive-compulsive disorder. In this way, the parents lacked OCD thus were only vigilant to their newborn babies (Thompson 346). It showed the alteration of the brains of new mothers at a neural level.