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Humans and machines - with the American author and technology-critic Nicholas Carr

What does the internet do to our minds? Does unlimited access to information make us unable to think for ourselves? And will we end up being the ones serving technology instead of vice versa?

These are some of the questions that Nicholas Carr has been asking himself for years. His bestsellers 'The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing To Our Brains', 'The Glass Cage’ and the latest 'Utopia Is Creepy’ have been translated into more than 25 languages and with his writings in Wall Street Journal og New York Times a.o., he is considered one of the strongest critical voices in today's discussion on technological progress.

Tonight’s Live presents Carr talking about how it is to be a human being in our digital age.

Hosted by: Marc-Christoph Wagner.

The Concert Hall.
Free for museum guests. We recommend reserving seats in advance.

This will be the last Live before the summer break. Louisiana Live will return in September.