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Technoprogressive? BioConservative? Huh?
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Review: Why We Expect More From Technology and Less from Each Other


Jonathan Lin


Ethical Technology

November 08, 2012

On October 26th, Professor Sherry Turkle of MIT, author of the book Alone Together: Why We Expect More From Technology and Less from Each Other, delivered a convocation speech at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota. Titled “Technology as Evocative Objects”, her presentation examined how technology, which has now been firmly embedded into our everyday lives, is significantly impacting our social relations and human interactions. Her discussion on the appeal of technology as a tool, and the way it allows people to edit the content that people communicate to one another, highlighted how electronic devices are redefining social norms, perceptions of gratification, and the changing state of human connection.


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