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The Future of Feeling An Insightful Exploration Of What Social Media, AI, Robot Technology, And The Digital World Are Doing To Our Relationships With Each Other And With OurselvesThere S No Doubt That Technology Has Made It Easier To Communicate It S Also Easier To Shut Someone Out When We Are Confronted With Online Discourse Why Bother To Understand Strangers Or Even Acquaintances When You Can Troll Them, Block Them, Or Just Click Unfriend And Never Look Back However Briefly Satisfying That Might Be, It S Also Potentially Eroding One Of Our Most Human Traits EmpathySo What Does The Future Look Like When Something So Vital To A Peaceful, Healthy, And Productive Society Is Fading Away The Cautionary, Yet Hopeful, Answer Is In This Champion For An Endangered EmotionIn The Future Of Feeling, Kaitlin Ugolik Phillips Shares Her Own Personal Stories As Well As Those Of Doctors, Entrepreneurs, Teachers, Journalists, And Scientists About Moving Innovation And Technology Forward Without Succumbing To Isolation This Book Is For Anyone Interested In How Our Brains Work, How They Re Subtly Being Rewired To Work Differently, And What That Ultimately Means For Us As Humans

10 thoughts on “The Future of Feeling

  1. says:

    Where are we nowA good book The thing that sums up the book for me the quote what many of us consider science fiction, the technology for is or very soon will be a reality What is highlighted in this book the state of empathy How as humans we seem to be losing it, and machines are constantly being built to be empathetic However is machine empathy the same thing we feel as a connection to another person, or is it used to further divide manipulate us by the

  2. says:

    I felt a kindred spirit as I read through the Author s Note and Introduction It seemed that Kaitlin Ugolik Phillips held some of the same views as I did concerning the use of social media and the dwindling use of traditional social skills As I continued to read, however, the mood and thoughts changed, affecting the way I viewed the book.The author begins by examining how empathy can be used in different contexts and how using technology we could increase that e

  3. says:

    If you have a particular interest in the behavior of those on social media, the future of society and AI and how it is changing how society communicates, this may be for you However, I had to add this to my dropped list Got than halfway through and saw that much of this book read like a dissertation a tired student needed to finish for a degree I appreciate the work that went into this and there are some interesting theories However, if you live on the internet li

  4. says:

    Disappointing The book tried to connect too many ideas each with one or two experts and rehashing of previously published books or articles with little critical analysis with the exception of the last chapter I should have skipped to the bibliography and read the source material instead.

  5. says:

    This was a really interesting and engaging book, spoiled by the heavy handed political examples The author used them to illustrate her points, but she only chose examples on one side of the political aisle Makes sense those are the ones she herself will resonate with But in so doing, she inherently vilifies everyone who disagrees with her as non empathic Pretty ironic for a book that is supposed to be all about empathy for those who disagree with you.

  6. says:

    When I used my Prime First Reads option on this book, I thought I was picking an insightful, conversational piece about how social media and anonymity affect human empathy I wanted personal insights into cancel culture, online bullying, and ways we might combat such things without having to stop using social media entirely or rely on hypothetical technology with often horrific ethical implications More than that, I expected the author to pick a side and stick to it, not provid

  7. says:

    The Future of Feeling Building Empathy in a Tech Obsessed World is a weaving together of technology and empathy than an actual argument for empathy It may be important to recognize this difference before reading the book as it may very well impact your enjoyment of and appreciation for the book I appreciated Phillips s journey through a variety of areas of technology and the current movement toward utilizing these technologies in a humanized, empathetic way For the most part, th

  8. says:

    I read this for my 2020 Reading Challenge and the prompt was a book involving social media I have no idea how I even managed to finish this book It was also my prime first read for January.

  9. says:

    DNF this was just too damn dull.

  10. says:

    This book became about using virtual reality to build empathy rather than what I expected, which was a book about understanding and building empathy through the technologies we use every day The 2016 election came up far too often, as did a politically fueled Facebook exchange the author had with a former high school classmate The writing was dull and I found my mind wandering, often having to read an entire page over once I d realized I was not processing the information I was reading I m g

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