The Tour

A series of conversations with those building a humane tech future

In the film we hear from tech insiders about how their products are causing unintended harm to people and society. Now we’re inviting others into the conversation, amplifying those helping us better understand the impact of the dilemma and those working on solutions to fix it.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Digital Rights are Human Rights

Overhauling Big Tech’s business model and ending online corporate surveillance.
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The Amplification of Hate

How tech algorithms amplify hate speech, misinformation, and discrimination and what we can do about it.
Coming Soon

Dates for upcoming events announced soon. RSVP to be the first to know!

PAST EVENTS

Roundtable Q&A

Catch the replay from our Roundtable Q&A, the kick-off to our Virtual Tour, with Director Jeff Orlowski and featured film subjects
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The Perfect Storm: Social Media, Isolation & Teen Mental Health

Lisa Ling speaks to California teens about how they’re coping with social isolation during a time of social distancing.
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Social media, disinformation & election integrity

Can we count on Big Tech to help protect our democracy?
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Join the tour

Interested in using the film to spark conversation about building a more humane future for technology? Join our tour by hosting your own event. 

Get started with our planning guide for tips on in-person + virtual events, then register to receive:

Grant of permission for educational screenings

Tech tips + promotional assets

Discussion guides to help tailor your conversation

Exclusive bonus clips highlighting the dilemmas featured in the film

FEATURED COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS

Center for Humane Technology: Weekly Conversations

David Jay, Head of Mobilization at CHT joins Emma Lembke, CEO of the LOG OFF movement and Max Stossel, CHT Youth Advisor to discuss how young people are sharing their stories to change how tech is built.

Campaign for a Commercial Free Childhood

The Social Dilemma producer Larissa Rhodes joins Josh Golin and Jean Rogers from the Campaign for Commercial-Free Childhood to discuss how digital media undermines young people’s wellbeing and what we can do about it.