Explicit Technology


Episode description

This episode Daniele and Guy take a look at Technology, and join most of the world to give our take on AI. We espouse the virtues of analog technology (pencil and paper), and look at why some bots are better then humans, and others make us feel betrayed.

Chapters 00:00 Technology 00:02 Intro 00:42 Why do we sometimes struggle to make technology work for us? 02:31 Sometimes, Pen and Paper works best 07:46 Ambivalence about “AI” 15:20 Robots don’t have mirror neurons. 19:26 I prefer bots over fake humans (SDP 33) 22:12 Let me speak with a Human (SDP 34) 26:46 Why can’t I answer this email? (SDP 35) 32:53 The balance between user-friendliness and security. 33:52 IT is your peer with a different perspective. 35:39 Stick with the tools you already have. 39:28 …or maybe not. 44:16 It’s now time for websites that react to the context (SDP 36) 51:31 Outro 52:12 A small request.

Mentioned in this episode:

  • Cal Newport - Deep Questions

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Daniele Catalanotto is a service design practitioner, the author of the Service Design Principles series of books, and the founder of the Swiss Innovation Academy

Guy Martin has worked with global companies and startups in a wide range of roles, including service delivery, corporate education, and leadership development.

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