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Taking an Empowered and Creative View Towards Technology

Taking an Empowered and Creative View Towards Technology

Aug 11, 2018-- Social change pioneer Tiffany Shlain is changing the conversation around how we relate to technology. Instead of thinking of our devices as separate from us, we should think of them as an extension of who we are, she argues. "We're now living in a culture that's so 24/7, and there's no moments of reflection. We don't have that embedded into our lives anymore." A filmmaker, activist, and public speaker, Tiffany has also emerged as an advocate for the voiceless and underrepresented with a new film, 50/50, that addresses what it would be like if women had equal voice and leadership in society. In this riveting interview, the "social activist filmmaker" discusses how we can tap into our unique character strengths to connect with our higher selves, and where the future of technology is headed. (4751 reads)


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