The presentation of the publication of Dr. Viviana Díaz, was made with the presence of academics and special guests, who paid great attention to the benefits of this type of work.
With the aim of explaining what teleworking and neurotechnology means, it is that the Argentine lawyer and Dr. in Labor Law, Social Welfare and Human Rights, Viviana Díaz, conducted a finished study and translated it into a book, whose launch in Chile did it at the Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences of the University of La Serena, which was attended by university authorities, academics and special guests.
On the occasion, Dr. Díaz gave a human look at what it means to work with technology and distance, the benefits it provides, but also the threats. He talked about knowing how to educate us about the use of technology, systematizing a method to ICT Neuro Management that facilitates brain programming from prevention.
“The book is about the application of neurosciences to prevent the harmful effect of technologies in the brain, the brain 'burned' by the excess of information, by the excess of contact with screens; It deals with the training of new job skills, which are those that are required of us, precisely to beat the machine, artificial intelligence and generate better jobs, because technology certainly takes jobs, but others are also created from ICT ”, said Dr. Diaz.
Neuroscience research allowed the expert to generate a method called ICT Neuro Management, to facilitate learning processes. "People still have no dimension of the black zones of technology, it is not harmless and that is why we must train ourselves to have tools to improve our competitiveness and that this misused technology does not inform us," said the author of the book.
During the launch, convened by the FACSE and the ULS Postgraduate and Postgraduate Directorate, the Dean of the Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences, Dr. Luperfina Rojas, referred to this issue of remote work “as something plausible, you should be aware that in today's company and artificial intelligence has helped us, but as well as help, there are many risks, because it is being a strong labor competition. The author helps us to see the whole prism of remote work, its pros and cons, as well as to prevent the misuse of ICTs ”.
Written by Patricia Castro, DirCom