Team Human ep. 157: Tyson Yunkaporta “Everything Indigenous is Human”

Playing for Team Human today, senior lecturer in Indigenous Knowledges at Deakin University in Melbourne and author of “Sand Talk: How Indigenous Thinking Can Save The World,” Tyson Yunkaporta. Yunkaporta helps us apply an indigenous lens to see our global crises in a more actionable and inclusive way. Where did western culture go wrong? How […]   read more »

Team Human Serialization #33: How Addictive Tech Exploits Our Evolutionary Needs

Living in a digitally enforced attention economy means being subjected to a constant assault of automated manipulation. Persuasive technology, as it’s now called, is a design philosophy taught and developed at some of America’s leading universities and then implemented on platforms from e-commerce sites and social networks to smartphones and fitness wristbands. The goal is […]   read more »

Team Human ep. 154 Priscillia Ludosky “Occupying Reality”

Playing for Team Human today, activist and a Founder of the Yellow Vest Movement, Priscillia Ludosky Ludosky will be showing us how a movement uniting the agendas of the people transcends the sensibilities of both the left and the right. You can support the Team Human podcast on Patreon and subscribe to the Team Human podcast on […]   read more »

Team Human ep. 153 Brian Hughes “The Undercurrent of Extremism”

Playing for Team Human today, Associate Director at the Polarization Extremism and Radical Innovation Lab at American University, Brian Hughes. Hughes shares with us the underlying drive fueling so much of today’s more violent extremism along with how we can mitigate some of its impact. You can support the Team Human podcast on Patreon and subscribe to […]   read more »

Restoring the Economy Is The Last Thing We Should Want

Everyone wants to know when we’re going to get the economy started up again, and just how many lives we’re willing to surrender before we do. We’ve all been made to understand the dilemma: The sooner we “open up” American and get back to our jobs, the more likely we spread Covid-19, further overwhelming hospitals […]   read more »

Team Human Serialization #30: How Interactive Tech Became Opaque

Those of us who witnessed the dawn of the interactive era originally believed that digital technology was going to bring back the human powers and priorities that industrialization had vanquished. The earliest interactive tools, such as the television remote control, changed our relationship to programming. Where breaking the captive spell of television used to require […]   read more »