Leaving on a jet plane
I leave for Ghana (West Africa) in 48 hours.
Lately, my mind has been filled with thoughts of how a for-profit technology company could be run with social justice as its focus, and along a related line how technology can be used to fight poverty. The reading and writing I’ve done in the past few months has culminated into a new question for me:
What’s the point of technology if we’re not focusing on people?
I don’t mean that we focus on people so we can get more work out of them so we can turn a bigger profit. I mean make people the focus above everything else, even shareholder value. What would that look like?
Stay tuned to hear more.
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