The Feelings Lab06/07/2022

The Feelings Lab Episode 23: Well-being06/07/2022

The Feelings Lab Episode 23: Well-being

Can AI teach itself to improve our well-being? Are tech companies really maximizing engagement at all costs? Is Gen Z okay? In this episode, Dacher Keltner joins us to discuss technology, well-being measurement, and implications for AI ethics.

Can AI teach itself to improve our well-being? Join Dr. Alan Cowen, CEO of Hume AI, Dr. Dacher Keltner, professor of psychology at the University of California, Berkeley and founding director of the Greater Good Science Center, and podcast host Matt Forte as they discuss how the future of technology hinges on the measurement of human well-being.

We begin with Dr. Dacher Keltner discussing the overall effects of new technologies on the well-being of Gen Z.

Dr. Alan Cowen, Hume AI CEO, discusses how technology companies are not simply seeking to maximize engagement at all costs, and points to developments on the horizon for considering human well-being.

Dr. Alan Cowen, Hume AI CEO, elaborates on how well-being is the ultimate key to the ethical deployment of empathic AI.

Dr. Alan Cowen, Hume AI CEO, describes how AI technologies can incorporate self-report and objective indicators of user well-being.

All this and more can be found in our full episode, available on Apple and Spotify

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