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Your worldview is based on media - not facts.
"You do not get a fact-based worldview in traditional or social media. You get a distorted picture of a world in constant crisis. That is why Fact-based Optimism is needed."
-- Magnus Aschan
The world has gotten a lot better in the last decades, but most people still have a negative view of the future.
We think one important reason is the negative bias in news media.
Warp News will help to balance that with fact-based, optimistic news.
Our articles are always based on facts and science.
We focus on the possibilities with new technology, ideas and collaboration.
Watch Mathias Sundin, founder and CEO of Warp News, with a brief history of innovation and knowledge.
"The next great acceleration in innovation will come from global communities."
By balancing the negativity in the media, Warp News will help drive more optimism about the future.
Diabetes has been described as a global epidemic, but its end may now be within reach.
Robots that understand and can interact with the surrounding environment will be able to replace all physical human labor, which will lead to a dramatic expansion of the world economy.
Humanity has been working on machine translation for hundreds of years, but in the last ten years, progress has been exponential. We are close to a world with perfect machine translations of texts, removing a big language barrier for the world.
Would you buy a genetically modified pet? Maybe a luminous cat who can not get sick with AIDS? Or why not a pet that does not cause allergies? Or dogs that can not get muscular dystrophy?
Optimist's Edge is the advantage fact-based optimists have, which gives them the superpower to be able to see opportunities before everyone else.
Could climate anxiety be on the decline? According to a recent survey, most people believe that they live a sustainable life.