Should We Be Optimistic about Technology?
Online Access and Connectivity (22:07)

It’s difficult to overstate the importance of technology in our lives. We live in a time when technology has allowed more online access and has made us more connected than ever. But are our policies keeping up? And have we considered the potential dangers? Some experts say that technology is transforming our world for the better. Others are more pessimistic and argue that some types of technology can bring destruction and disruption in ways that impede human flourishing. In this episode, Jennifer Huddleston, technology policy research fellow at the Cato Institute, Nicol Turner Lee, director of the Center for Technology Innovation at the Brookings Institution, and Mark Meador, partner at Kressin Meador and visiting fellow in technology at the Heritage Foundation discuss: “Should we be optimistic about technology? Online access and connectivity.”