Baroness Susan Greenfield's Seminar at Science World 2011
No one has a brain like yours! Why is your brain so special?" Watch this video of prominent neurologist Baroness Susan Greenfield to find out. Baroness Susan Greenfield lectured about her research when she visited Science World 2011. Here she discusses her current hypothesis on how modern technology impacts the brain. In particular she argues that our growing use of social media such as Facebook, Twitter and You Tube as well as video games, is changing our brains.
Baroness Susan Greenfield speaking at Fabasoft event in Vienna. ©Fabasoft
Baroness Susan Greenfield, speaking on why today's technological advances are so different from those of the previous century regarding the impact on the human mind. The statement was recorded at the Fabasoft Futuremotion Summit 2018 in Vienna. ©Fabasoft
"Does Hi-Tech cause Hi-Stress" interview with Baroness Susan Greenfield for the Free Online Stress Summit
Preview of Baroness Susan Greenfield interview with Tom Meyers for the upcoming Free Online Stress Summit that will take place o International Stress Awareness Day, 7 November 2018 www.onlinestresssummit.com
Fireside Chat with Susan Greenfield
Stare Into The Lights My Pretties
We live in a world of screens. The average adult spends the majority of their waking hours in front of some sort of screen or device. We're enthralled, we're addicted to these machines. How did we get here? Who benefits? What are the cumulative impacts on people, society and the environment? What may come next if this culture is left unchecked, to its end trajectory, and is that what we want? *Stare Into The Lights My Pretties* investigates these questions with an urge to return to the real physical world, to form a critical view of technological escalation driven by rapacious and pervasive corporate interest. Covering themes of addiction, privacy, surveillance, information manipulation, behaviour modification and social control, the film lays the foundations as to why we may feel like we're sleeprunning into some dystopian nightmare with the machines at the helm. Because we are, if we don't seriously avert our eyes to stop this culture from destroying what is left of the real world.