Technology and the Mind is a podcast dedicated to exploring contemporary psychoanalytic ideas applied to consumer technology use cases. Each month we interview a seasoned practicing psychoanalyst about how they understand the impact of technology on our minds, our relationships and on society and how they predict we might impact the future of technology - all from the perspective of contemporary psychoanalysis.
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This the a short trailer describing the focus of season 2 of Technology and the Mind. In this season we broaden our discussions by interviewing leaders in the tech sector, techno ethicists, business consultants, venture capitalists, politicians, phil... more
We are all looking for signals in the noise. Dr Zapien and her guests help us unpack and understand the complex, compelling and often times confusing interface between our selves, our sense of self and the myriad stimuli and demands of our daily life. The fresh perspectives on psychoanalysis and the ubiquitous technology around us are instructive and grounding.
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Technology and the Mind launched a year ago and published 16 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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