From Egyptian Hieroglyphics through Emoji toward Future Of Work

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From Egyptian hieroglyphics through Emoji toward Future Of Work

What if we could communicate images from one mind to another without the use of the spoken words?
Hieroglyphic key. Source: Wikiwand
Image taken from Shao Lan’s TED talk. Sourse: Chineasy
Table: most commonly used Emoji in different countries
The top 20 “emojis-of-the-month” are illustrated here. From figure 5, we can see that In the US, Brazil and Mexico they use emoji significantly more then in other countries.
Figure 3. Ten countries with the highest number of Emoji users
Can you read that?
With higher orders of thinking and with new advanced tools humanity is making progress towards better means of communication, such as the Google Pixel Buds
What the sign of a solar drone operator will look like? Source: Ting.Global
Mexico 1968 Olympic Games, bold and colorful icons — by Lance Wyman

Galorian Creations The author with the Banana Smile. Stories, such as moral stories have the power to shape mankind’s destiny

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