Episode #33

“Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that can be counted counts.” – Albert Einstein

The relationship between humans and technology goes back thousands of years, but who decides what gets built — and how? As science and engineering surges within academia and within our broader culture, the humanities have been in steady decline. But what gets lost when art, literature, and philosophy constantly take a backseat to STEM?

Other Mentions: Learning to Be Human, Tech’s Moral Reckoning, Toward Humane Tech, Nir & Far

Joy: Edward Tufte’s Work

Hustle: IDEO’s Design Kit

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