Douglas Rushkoff at PSFK 2015: Why Smarter Technologies Are Bad for Society

Douglas Rushkoff at PSFK 2015: Why Smarter Technologies Are Bad for Society
technology

The author on why creating and consuming in the digital age is detrimental to our social capacities

PSFK Labs
  • 18 may 2015

Media theorist and author Douglas Rushkoff asks the audience at PSFK 2015 to dispute the technological marketplace as it exists today. There’s a role reversal that’s happening with our technologies that Rushkoff argues render us more anti-social rather than enable us to be better communicators.

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