Tristan Harris and Daniel Schmachtenberger are two individuals who are involved in the field of technology and its impact on society.
Tristan Harris is a former Google design ethicist and the co-founder of the Center for Humane Technology, an organization focused on promoting ethical design and technology that supports human well-being. Harris has been vocal about the negative effects of technology on society, including the ways in which it can distract and manipulate individuals, and has been a prominent advocate for creating technology that aligns with human values.
Daniel Schmachtenberger is a social philosopher, systems thinker, and founder of the Neurohacker Collective, a company focused on developing products and services to support cognitive and physical health. Schmachtenberger has been involved in various initiatives related to social change and sustainability, and is known for his work in developing “integral systems” approaches to solving complex problems.
Together, Harris and Schmachtenberger have collaborated on various projects related to the impact of technology on society, including the “War of Attention” series, which explores the ways in which technology companies use design and manipulation to keep users engaged with their products. They have also discussed the need for more ethical and sustainable approaches to technology design, and the potential for technology to be used as a force for positive social change.