Andrew Keen continues his investigation into the place of technology in our lives with his newest, How to Fix the Future (Atlantic Monthly Press).
“In this engaging, provocative book, [Keen] outlines five strategies – regulation, competitive innovation, consumer choice, civic responsibility, and education – that, working in collaboration, can help ensure an open, decentralized digital future . . . Valuable insights on preserving our humanity in a digital world.” –Kirkus Reviews.
“After years of giddiness about the wonders of technology, a new realization is dawning: the future is broken. Andrew Keen was among the first and most insightful to see it. The combination of the digital revolution, global hyperconnectivity, and economic dysfunction has led to a populist backlash and destruction of civil discourse. In this bracing book, Keen offers tools for righting our societies and principles to guide us in the future.” –Walter Isaacson.
Co-presented with TOWN HALL INSIDE/OUT CIVICS Series.