In a wide-ranging conversation, philosopher Michael Zimmerman contextualizes our technological journey within the history of Western thought.
Betsy Brunner at Idaho State examines the creative ways Chinese get around surveillance and censorship on social media.
Catherine Steiner-Adair is a clinical psychologist whose empathic 2013 book The Big Disconnect warned us about the impacts of digital tech on child development and family relationships. She’s been on a non-stop speaking tour ever since.
Twenty years after first warning of Internet addiction, Dr. David Greenfield’s diagnosis has gone from outlier to mainstream. He explains what we know, what it means, and what can be done.
David Krakauer is President of the Santa Fe Institute, where he focuses on the evolutionary history of information processing mechanisms in biology and culture. He talks to us about how technologies extend or supress our own capabilities.