The Future of Connection: Why we're lonelier than ever

The Future of Connection: Why we're lonelier than ever

Forward - April 15, 2021 - 52:04

Author and MIT professor Sherry Turkle has been writing about the intersections of technology and humanity since way before it was cool. In today’s episode of The Future Of, she and Zach discuss her new memoir, why it's important to practice active empathy, and how the pandemic may bring us closer together in the long run.Watch this conversation on YouTube: out Sherry's new memoir: Sherry Turkle: | Zach Graumann: | Andrew Yang:

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