Silicon Valley’s competing philosophies on tech ethics with The New Yorker’s Andrew Marantz

“If Silicon Valley is going to keep telling itself the story that the only uses of their technology will be the most optimistic, the most hopeful, the most salubrious, the most prosocial,” New Yorker employees writer Andrew Marantz told me in Element 1 of this current conversation for Further Crunch, “you can try to rebut that logically, or you can just disprove it by showing a very glaring counterexample. If somebody is going around and saying, ‘;all swans are white,’; you can argue against that logically, or you can just show them a black swan.”

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Marantz, a brilliant and eclectic writer, has in current years educated his consideration on the tech globe and its contribution to social unrest in the United States and beyond. He has just published a new book, “Antisocial: On the internet Extremists, Techno-Utopians, and the Hijacking of the American Conversation“, which, along with current New Yorker essays expanding on the book’s themes, is positive to provoke debate.

In component 2 of our conversation under, we go over the Alt-Proper and White Nationalists in tech and politics Silicon Valley spirituality currently competing philosophies of tech ethics and far more.

Greg Epstein: If you appear at the alt-ideal later that year and in 2017, I myself spent a lot of time poring more than these figures like Richard Spencer and Gavin McInnes, and their videos, and their writings, and what ever considering, ‘These guys are genuinely taking more than our society ideal now.