The Hype Burnout
It’s not uncommon for technology to be hyped up before it’s released, leaving people excited and anticipating its release. However, this can sometimes lead to what’s called “hype burnout”. People become burnt out on the hype, overwhelmed with news and teasers leading up to the actual release.
- Technology releases are often hyped up before their actual release.
- The hype can lead to feelings of excitement and anticipation.
- However, the constant teasers and news can lead to “hype burnout”.
It’s understandable to feel burnt out over technology hype. There’s so much news and information constantly being released, it can be overwhelming to keep up with. From the initial announcement to the teasers and trailers, it’s easy to become disillusioned and burnt out from all the fervor surrounding a new release.
One way to combat hype burnout is to take a step back from all the news and information. This may mean avoiding certain websites or social media channels, or even taking a break from technology news altogether. It’s important to focus on what’s truly important and cut out the noise that can cloud our judgment and cause burnout.
Despite the hype and burnout that can come with technology releases, it’s important to remember that these advancements can greatly impact our lives – both personally and professionally. Keeping a level head and avoiding burnout can help us fully appreciate and embrace all the exciting advancements that technology has to offer.
Technology hype can often lead to feelings of excitement and anticipation, but it can also lead to burnout. Taking a step back from all the news and information can help combat hype burnout and allow us to fully appreciate all the exciting advancements technology has to offer.
Original Article: https://www.wired.com/story/ai-hype-cycle-burnout/