Kentaro Toyama talked about his book Geek Heresy: Rescuing Social Change from the Cult of Technology, in which he argues that while it is widely accepted that we can find technological solutions to the world’s most troubling social and economic problems, technology is never the main driver of progress. close
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Dhaval Adjodah Fellow Massachusetts Institute of Technology->Media Lab
Kentaro Toyama Co-Founder Microsoft Research->India
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