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Douglas Rushkoff

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Douglas Rushkoff is a New York-based writer, columnist and lecturer on technology, media and popular culture.

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Team Human Serialization #37 & 38: The Damage We Do to Ourselves When We Try to Function Like Computers

When autonomous technologies appear to be calling all the shots, it’s only logical for humans to conclude that if we can’t beat them, we may as well join them. Whenever people are captivated — be they excited or enslaved — by a new technology, it becomes their new role model, too.


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Harlequin Books Hello Douglas, it is a pleasure to meet you.


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