Human Values for a Technologized Age

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  • From left, Julie Hanna, Erica Kochi, Michael McFarland, and David Kirkpatrick

    From left, Julie Hanna, Erica Kochi, Michael McFarland, and David Kirkpatrick

  • Julie Hanna, Executive Chair of the Board, Kiva

    Julie Hanna, Executive Chair of the Board, Kiva

  • Erica Kochi, Executive Director on Innovation and Co-founder, UNICEF Innovation

    Erica Kochi, Executive Director on Innovation and Co-founder, UNICEF Innovation

  • Michael McFarland, Treasurer, USA Northeast Province of the Society of Jesus

    Michael McFarland, Treasurer, USA Northeast Province of the Society of Jesus

  • From left, Julie Hanna, Erica Kochi, Michael McFarland, and David Kirkpatrick

    From left, Julie Hanna, Erica Kochi, Michael McFarland, and David Kirkpatrick

  • From left, Julie Hanna, Erica Kochi, Michael McFarland, and David Kirkpatrick

    From left, Julie Hanna, Erica Kochi, Michael McFarland, and David Kirkpatrick

Panelists

Julie Hanna
Executive Chair of the Board, Kiva

Erica Kochi
Executive Director on Innovation and Co-founder, UNICEF Innovation

Michael McFarland
Treasurer, USA Northeast Province of the Society of Jesus

Moderator

David Kirkpatrick
Founder and CEO, Techonomy


Session Description:
How do we think about technology differently as the world continues to be blighted by suffering, hatred and grotesque inequality? And what of privacy, distraction, and overweening corporate and government power? How can tech reaffirm fundamental human values?  Does the tech industry and innovation community need a clearer focus?

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