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"COVID-19 forced hundreds of millions of people around the world into teleworking; what used to be voluntary and agreed became a duty. However, the scaling up of telework and remote work to become a “new normal” mode of working was anticipated 50 years ago by a well-known futurist Alvin Toffler (1980) in his book The Third Wave. ..." – By Matti Vartiainen
"Attention refers to a complex set of behavioral and cognitive processes that allow a discrete aspect of information to be enhanced while ignoring other perceptible information. The organization of attention has been described with different systems to capture the complexity of attentional processes. ..." – By Stefania Conte and John Richards
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