Kevin Roose, New York Times tech columnist and author of "Futureproof," writes about the many ways humans attempt to live alongside machines.

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An award-winning technology columnist for the New York Times, Kevin Roose's column "The Shift" examines the intersection of tech, business and culture. He's a New York Times bestselling author of three books, FutureproofYoung Money and The Unlikely Disciple; the host of Rabbit Hole, a New York Times podcast about internet culture; and a regular guest on The Daily podcast, along with other leading TV and radio shows. Before joining the Times, Roose was a writer at New York magazine and a host and executive producer of Real Future, a documentary TV series about technology and innovation. He lives in the Bay Area.

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Symbiotic: The talks of TED@BCG 2020

October 23, 2020

How can we make advances in technology that don’t require massive job losses? Work with nature to protect both the planet and humanity? Ensure all people are treated equitably? In a day of talks, interviews and performances, 17 speakers and performers shared ideas about a future in which people, technology and nature thrive interdependently. The […]

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