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I can’t believe this question came up on Hacker News.
As someone who has been on both sides of the debate on the topic, I can say that while I’ve definitely been a proponent of the use of working memory, I still tend to favor the use.
Working memory is an important way to retain information, especially in the face of a rapidly changing task environment.
It can help to keep us motivated, motivated to keep working, and to keep our cognitive resources intact.
In a study published last year in the journal Neuron, researchers examined the neural response to a series of video games involving different scenarios.
In the first, people were presented with three videos of different scenes and were told to try to match them in terms of complexity, speed, and variety.
After watching the videos, participants performed an implicit memory task that involved recalling and analyzing the video clips that followed.
Participants in the working memory condition were better able to identify the complex and visually stunning video clips and their associated imagery.
The working memory group performed better than the memory control group.
The difference in performance between the working and memory control groups was not just a result of better recognition, but also because working memory was active and responsive.
The authors concluded that working memory helps us to perform tasks that require more attention and effort, which in turn enables us to be more creative and productive.
Working Memory can be an invaluable resource for those of us who are constantly working, whether at home, at work, or in our daily lives.
We need it when we’re learning or doing something new.
For those of you who are still on the fence about working memory or its benefits, I encourage you to explore these topics in more depth.
There are plenty of books, articles, and courses that can help you get started on this process.