January 11th, 2020 by

Douglas Rushkoff’s must-read on technology out of control

Couldn’t have said it better myself!

“We’ve spent the last 10 years as participants in a feedback loop between surveillance technology, predictive algorithms, behavioral manipulation and human activity”


Read more at the Guardian (Douglas Rushkoff)

“The quest for exponential returns may have fueled the development of extractive and addictive technologies, but the cultural phenomena they gave birth to now have a life of their own”


Read more at the Guardian (Douglas Rushkoff)

“We can no longer come to agreement on what we’re seeing, because we’re looking at different pictures of the world. It’s not just that we have different perspectives on the same events and stories; we’re being shown fundamentally different realities, by algorithms looking to trigger our engagement by any means necessary…We are living in increasingly different and irreconcilable worlds. We have no chance of making sense together. The only thing we have in common is our mutual disorientation and alienation”


Read more at the Guardian (Douglas Rushkoff)

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