- Yeah, yeah let me look that up real quick. … Hello, we have expectations right? … For example I expect my manager at work … to support my ambitions. … I expect to have a nice cup of coffee in the morning. … I expect to feel successful, loved and cared for. … But there's one kind of irrational expectation … and that's with technology. … For example I paid $800 for a phone, … it should work when I want it to work, … it should make my life more convenient, … it shouldn't cause a whole lot of frustration. … But what we have to realize is that technology … is a work in progress. … There are a lot of things that we have to fix and get right … for processes to work seamlessly toward an end goal. … And here's the funny thing our relationship … with technology it's a one-way street. … Nobody's sitting around cuddling with their computer … or may be there are, I don't know. … We all love the tech until something bad happens right? … I'll give you an example I used to be a high school teacher …
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Episode One: Predictions
Episode Two: Discrimination
Episode Three: Ethical Considerations
4. Episode Four: The little chips that control you
Episode Five: The Quantified Self
Episode Six: The fork in the road
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