Director and co-founder of the Center for Humane Technology
Tristan Harris (/trɪsˈtɑːn/) is the director and a co-founder of the Center for Humane Technology. Earlier, he worked as a design ethicist at Google, where he studied ethics of human persuasion.
Finite and Infinite Games
by James P. Carse
Yeah, and that’s just of general philosophy, one about life and how to, I don’t know, navigate in a more improvisational way and ask, like, “What game am I really playing in interaction. Am I playing for a finite game outcome to win the game, or am I playing to keep playing,” which has a lot of overlaps with improvisation and things like that.— Tristan Harris, source
by Neil Postman
Another one by Neil Postman is called Technopoly, which also is about how when culture surrenders to technology. And especially the quantification of metrics and SAT scores and time spent in GDP and these kinds of things, he covers in that book. I highly recommend.— Tristan Harris, source