In the latest edition of the podcast—Your Undivided Attention from the Center for Humane Technology—Kate Raworth argues that the design of technology, and what it is supposed to do, is the biggest challenge of the twenty-first century. Kate says we can’t leave this challenge to Silicon Valley, technology companies, and institutions.
“We need to redesign them, rather than let them redesign us.”
Click the tweet below to hear a snippet from the podcast or go to the Center for Humane Technology to listen to the full episode.
What does the world look like if we place human thriving at the center of economics and technology design? Tune into #YourUndividedAttention where @KateRaworth explains how design changes are at the center of more humane tech and more humane economics: https://t.co/uDW275VdVY pic.twitter.com/hAuYzNprav
— Center For Humane Technology (@HumaneTech_) February 17, 2021
Kate Raworth is the author of Doughnut Economics: Seven Ways to Think Like a 21st-Century Economist, and she will be taking part in the Vibrations in the Present plenary session at IID on March 24.