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    FO·MO
    /ˈfōmō/

    noun

    • 1. anxiety that an exciting or interesting event may currently be happening elsewhere, often aroused by posts seen on social media. informal "I realized I was a lifelong sufferer of FOMO"
  2. FOMO: [noun] fear of missing out : fear of not being included in something (such as an interesting or enjoyable activity) that others are experiencing.

  3. | fōmō | noun a state of mental or emotional strain caused by the fear of missing out. • Evolutionary biology - an omnipresent anxiety brought on by our cognitive ability to recognize potential opportunities: The brothers had last-slice fomo as they stared at what was left of pizza. • (with subject) desire to do something, typically accompanied by unease.

  4. Fomo definition, a feeling of anxiety or insecurity over the possibility of missing out on something, as an event or an opportunity: If I say no to a party invitation, I get a bad case of FOMO.

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  6. Mar 31, 2022 · FOMO can affect your overall health and wellness. If you become overloaded with social events and activities to avoid FOMO, it can impact your sleep and eating habits, leading to:

  7. Nov 01, 2022 · Facebook, and its parent company Meta, remains a behemoth in the online space (even if the stigma is that it's mostly used by your parents and grandparents now). And who knows what its future ...

  8. Jun 03, 2020 · Alan Turing’s definition would have fallen under the category of “systems that act like humans.” In its simplest form, artificial intelligence is a field that combines computer science and robust datasets to enable problem-solving. Expert systems, an early successful application of AI, aimed to copy a human’s decision-making process.

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