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Tristan Harris — Fighting Skynet and Firewalling Attention | The Tim Ferriss Show

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  • Published on:  Saturday, October 12, 2019
  • Tristan Harris (@tristanharris) was named by Rolling Stone as one of the “25 People Shaping the World.” He was featured in Fortune’s 2018 “40 under 40” list for his work on reforming technology, and the Atlantic has called him the “closest thing Silicon Valley has to a conscience.”

    Formerly Design Ethicist at Google, he is a world-renowned expert on how technology steers our decisions. Tristan has spent nearly his entire life studying subtle psychological forces, from early beginnings as a childhood magician, to working with the Stanford Persuasive Technology Lab, and to his role as CEO of Apture, which was acquired by Google.

    Tristan has briefed heads of state, technology company CEOs, and members of the US Congress about the attention economy, and he’s been featured in media worldwide, including 60 Minutes, PBS News Hour, and many more. He is the co-founder of the Center for Humane Technology, which can be found at Humanetech.com, and cohost (with Aza Raskin) of Your Undivided Attention podcast, which exposes the hidden designs that have the power to hijack our attention, manipulate our choices, and destabilize our real-world communities.

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    Tim Ferriss is one of Fast Company’s “Most Innovative Business People” and an early-stage tech investor/advisor in Uber, Facebook, Twitter, Shopify, Duolingo, Alibaba, and 50+ other companies. He is also the author of five #1 New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestsellers: The 4-Hour Workweek, The 4-Hour Body, The 4-Hour Chef, Tools of Titans and Tribe of Mentors. The Observer and other media have named him “the Oprah of audio” due to the influence of his podcast, The Tim Ferriss Show, which has exceeded 400 million downloads and been selected for “Best of iTunes” three years running.

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  • Yao Zhou

    Yao Zhou

     4 days ago

    The 2 hours-long podcast isn't easy for me cuz English isn't my mother language, but the information it delivers is significantly essential and meaningful. Luckily, we humans still have conscientious people like Tristan Harris and Tim Ferriss, there is still hope. However, I still believe in conspiracy theories and aliens stuff. :P

  • TASHHHH

    TASHHHH

     28 days ago

    1:51:30 I'm learning web dev right now and what you're talking about seems to actually be a pretty common feature in programs meant for more back-end users. Pretty standard to be able to schedule when you want to make a back-up, run a virus scan, or take something offline.

  • TASHHHH

    TASHHHH

     28 days ago +3

    1:45:00 That's the most amazing lifehack I've ever heard. I'm literally studying how to use color to direct attention right now... why didn't I think to apply it to myself?

  • TASHHHH

    TASHHHH

     28 days ago

    17:30 That explains a lot about why I feel so mentally refreshed from taking a vacation or even spending a weekend away from my usual base.

  • Alexander Kirk

    Alexander Kirk

     1 months ago +1

    OK so you understand the power of cognitive biases and slight of hand and the exploitation of projection, but 30:00 you still think the claims that Russia interfered in the 2016 election are worth repeating?? Stupid smart people.

  • Jacqueline Elizabeth Phillip

    Jacqueline Elizabeth Phillip

     1 months ago

    Does your POTUS have the right to pout???

  • brawndo plants

    brawndo plants

     1 months ago +2

    Wish you did more videos of your podcast

  • Tara Harrison

    Tara Harrison

     1 months ago +1

    Video games are bad for you, addicitve and just like phones stop people from healthy interaction and concrete creation with and in the real world around them. My opinion.
    I miss the days when Pink Floyd put out a full album...
    It is a good metaphor. 3 second repetetive sugar rock and pop songs no quality, little artistry, just to be catchy and a very poor musical diet.
    Television is louder faster and busier, ..
    Any kind of loud catchy garbage to catch your intentions.
    Quiet television.
    Classical music, music that required patience and more than a 3 second listen, kids actually being outside on team sports (without starting at age 4 on a competitive hideously priced out special inaccessible coaching facility)...on and on.
    Who decides?
    My childhood was full of piano lessons which were not always gratifying and learning to accept that was a process towards greatness, days spent picking weeds in a bucket as magical soup, using my imagination, pine trees, fresh air, learning about the preciousness of food, gardening, farming, relationships, making stuff, reading. We need these childhood experiences to be in relationship with the world around us.
    It's all being the consumer not the create-r (of something precious) now.
    With few exceptions it feels like.
    Thanks for the talk Tim and Tristan.

  • Anon

    Anon

     1 months ago +14

    3:40 Start

  • Magnificent

    Magnificent

     1 months ago +2

    Thanks. It was awesome podcast and i learned a lot.

  • Tara Harrison

    Tara Harrison

     1 months ago

    29:20 false belief factory, then on to neurolinguisitc programming 'nlp': face closerup/colors/bw/vibrancy, then definitions, ex. used is 'are you an athlete?'
    A mediated map in your brain of reality we make and limits us that can be alleviated or just find clarity on you

  • C LV

    C LV

     1 months ago +1

    A++ !

  • Victoria Taylor

    Victoria Taylor

     1 months ago

    One of the longest podcast I've listen to from you. From George Orwell, Big Brother, Attention and Engagement as the new strategy: starts to make you think that life is really imitating art.
    Tristans comment on when he thought there would be a room full of adults only to find out he had to create, sets the narrative that sometimes we have to be the change. That part low key hit me, made me think why can't I build a room for adults changing an industry. Well enough said. Thanks for Podcast, till next time

  • Benjamin Chua

    Benjamin Chua

     1 months ago

    It is truly inspiring to learn from Tim Ferriss and getting to understand more about Harris in terms of reforming the technologies. This also inspired me in terms of how technology can help us to invest shared in my channel!