Technology - and especially social media made possible through the internet - has put the world in touch in ways never before thought possible. But, some worry that it replicates the advantages, and disadvantages, that already exist in the globalized world. The Agenda welcomes Ramesh Srinivasan, the founder of the University of California's Digital Cultures Lab, to discuss his book, "Whose Global Village? Rethinking How Technology Shapes Our World."
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How Technology Shapes Our World; Engaging Female Engineers
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Oct 03, 2017
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