Too much dependence on online search engines causes memory loss

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Relying too much on search engines, such as Google, Microsoft Bing, Yahoo, Baidu, Yandex…, in retrieving information will degrade memory.

An expert in applied brain science Dr Jamil Babli said this in an interview on Qatar Radio, adding: “In the past and in the last century, we used to rely a lot into my memory when learning, but now there’s been a big change – when anyone can go to Google and look up information.”

Dr Jamil Babli said the lack of use of human memory contributes to brain atrophy .

As for the question of who is more susceptible to memory loss, Dr. Babli said women are more susceptible to memory loss than men.

He added: “Women have less flexible nervous systems than men. Men can experience more trauma and trouble in life, but women do not. This pressure we live every day will accumulates in the brain and affects our ability to take in information.”

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This information comes at a time of growing interest in the use of ChatGPT, an intelligent chatbot… that can generate highly accurate texts on a wide range of topics. This technology could soon become a direct threat to major search engines like Google and Bing.

While experts seem wary of Google and search engines, some have questioned how the human brain and memory will be affected as people become increasingly dependent on them. into artificial intelligence ?