Technology promises to solve our problems—from transportation to hunger and climate change—while simultaneously being at the center of the latest hacking disaster, self-driving car crash, and privacy breach.
Paying attention to all of it creates a dizzying experience where joy, hope, and excitement mixes with horror and apathy.
How do we maintain our personal compass in this swirl? What are the foundations we can stand on, and the practices that help us think clearly as we face perpetual ambiguity?
How do we lead into the unknown?