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Sean Parker, the first president of Facebook, now says that social media exploiting a vulnerability in human psychology.",

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Sean Parker, cofounder of Napster and the first president of Facebook, now says that social media, Facebook included, is “

exploiting a vulnerability in human psychology.”

  Sean Parker, cofounder of Napster and the first president of Facebook, now says that social media, Facebook included, is ” exploiting a vulnerability in human psychology.” Sean parker speaking At an Axios event on Wednesday, Parker reportedly described as himself becoming “something of a conscientious objector” against social platform sharing some interesting things about Facebook and immortality onstage:At an Axios event on Wednesday, Parker warned about the excess social media use, saying The unintended consequences of a social network when it grows to a billion or 2 billion people and … it literally changes your relationship with society, with each other,” the billionaire said onstage at the during an event that also focused on his work supporting cutting-edge cancer research. “It probably interferes with productivity in weird ways. God only knows what it’s doing to our children’s brains.”When Facebook was getting going, I had these people who would come up to me and they would say, “I’m not on social media.” And I would say, ‘OK. You know, you will be.” And then they would say, “No, no, no. I value my real-life interactions. I value the moment. I value presence. I value intimacy.” And I would say, … “We’ll get you eventually.”our thought process that went into building these applications, like Facebook being the first of them, was all about: ‘How do we consume as much of your time and conscious attention as possible? ‘” he said. “And that means that we need to sort of give you a little dopamine hit every once in awhile, because someone liked or commented on a photo or a post or whatever.” Parker said the platforms built a “social validation feedback loop” that exploits “a vulnerability in human psychology.” many Recent research show that over a lifetime, an average person will spend 5 years and 4 months on social media. ` now]]>

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