Leading psychologist and addiction expert Dr. Nicholas Kardaras joins Hub Dialogues to discuss his thought-provoking new book on how social media is driving our mental health crisis.
Are we better off without Facebook and Twitter?: Tech journalist Charles Arthur on the polarizing effects of social media
This episode of Hub Dialogues features host Sean Speer in conversation with British technology journalist, Charles Arthur, about how social media polarizes society.
As cellphones, screens, and endless online and cyber engagement immerse students in distractions, teachers are now facing an uphill battle to reclaim the attention of the pandemic generation.
‘Toxic innovation’: Ariel Ezrachi and Maurice E. Stucke and on how Big Tech is stifling innovation and harming society
Maurice E. Stucke and Ariel Ezrachi join Hub Dialogues to discuss how Big Tech companies stifle innovation, the harms this is having on our broader culture, and why cities are the true sources of innovation in society.
A common sense, supply-side abundance agenda is necessary to streamline, deregulate, and enable us to build an ambitious and innovative future.
While most of the political energy will be spent scrutinizing the Telecom industry after last week’s events, let’s not let Interac get off the hook by focusing solely on Rogers.
Reforming Canada’s ‘rigid’ health system: Medtronic President Neil Fraser on why patient-centric care is so important
Neil Fraser, the Canadian President of Medtronic, joins Hub Dialogues to discuss the world of medical technology, the role of public policy in health, and the future that he sees for leveraging new technologies to improve health outcomes.
There will no doubt be people who welcome the experimental escapism of the Metaverse, but the last thing we need is more reasons to shirk our responsibilities in this world.
Taking the long view: Tech journalist John Markoff on the legacy of Silicon Valley visionary Stewart Brand
Tech journalist John Markoff joins Hub Dialogues to discuss the visionary futurist Stewart Brand and his impact on Silicon Valley, eco-pragmatism, and the Whole Earth movement.
It would be a mistake to think that conservatives should only be concerned with power in government hands. They should seek appropriate checks and balances wherever power might concentrate, including big tech.