Building Ethical Technology in a World Addicted to Screens

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Building Ethical Technology in a World Addicted to Screens

In spite of its promising innovations,  the buzz and excitement residing at the forefront of human potential, transformative technologies often face challenges when it comes to competing for users’ shrinking attention.

The pessimist might say that transformative tech  - tools that promote physical, mental, or spiritual wellbeing - is like a broccoli stand in the back of a candy store.  Useful and functional with obvious and measurable benefits, it often scrambles to break through the noise in a market dominated by commodified dopamine.

Take Headspace, the Los Angeles-based mindfulness ...

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