On The Moral Economy of Tech

This is concise, well-reasoned, and passionate—one of the best and simplest critiques of Silicon Valley hubris I’ve read:

Remarks at the SASE Panel on the Moral Economy of Tech

The only thing I would add, is that poor people stand to gain more than most from the flowering of a digital civilization—from education and remote work opportunities, to health care, advocacy, political engagement. That they have instead been largely overlooked, exploited, or excluded instead, is a disgrace to both the technical elite and the politicians and journalists who praise them so uncritically.

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