Start-ups need a flexible and accessible environment to start a business, while investors need easy entry and exit norms. India is still in the process of ironing out these creases that hinder the growth of new ventures. For now accelerators and incubators are bridging that gap.
A research shared by a widely used social networking site having 1.59 billion users, stated that the average number of people it would take to connect to anyone on their list was merely 3.57 people. Amazing ain’t it?
There is no doubt that we are vulnerable to fake news, but will we let masqueraders and hoaxers exploit our vulnerability? Responsibility lies with the consumer of fake news.
Aim, invest, learn, risk, and build – that is how the rich do it. Do you have it in you to create your own success?
Our fault lies in the fact that we blindly trust whatever information is thrown at us. Along with social networking power, comes social responsibility. If we cannot add value we must not add to the chaos.
When essentials like food and medication are subject matter any news, fake or not, is bound to circulate. Here is a list of ‘Fake News’ that spread with reference to the Food and Health domain.
‘Fake news’ – A virus that breeds on the simple-minded, spreads via all mediums of communication and can cripple the sturdiest.
Misinterpretation of circumstances or information where real images and videos are altered and misrepresented to conspire against the truth. While we are free to choose our actions, we are not free to choose the consequences of our actions.
Beliefs & human biases play a vital role in how we think and act. Think objectively, scrutinize thoroughly & when in doubt, question.