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Do We Control Tech—Or Does Tech Control Us?

Technology is often regarded as a tool shaped either by the intentions of its users or its designers — but philosopher Martin Heidegger disagreed

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“Technology is intrinsically neither good nor bad. The key is using it to support your goals and values.”

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Alexis Papazoglou

Alexis Papazoglou

A writer using philosophy to think about technology and politics. He was previously philosophy lecturer at the University of Cambridge and Royal Holloway.

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