Clive Thompson is one of today’s most prominent technology thinkers and writes for The New York Times Magazine and Wired. In his new book Smarter Than You Think (We Worden Steeds Slimmer in the Dutch translation by Maven Publishing) he claims that internet has broadened the base of our collective memory. Using technology for things we don’t do well frees up our mental resources and allows us to do more important cognitive work.
People adapt, says Thompson: we embrace the new and at the same time retain what’s good of the old. Join us for a discussion about the promises and pitfalls of technologies and the people who use them.
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Moderator: Yvonne Zonderop
Read his introduction here.
In collaboration with: Maven Publishing, Google, De Nieuwe Poort, HAFF, American Embassy The Hague, AEGON