23rd of April: D-DAY đź’Ą at The Center for Humane Technology! Watch the video.

Dear members and readers,

The 23rd of April is a very special day. After a full year operating mostly under the radar—preparing, strategizing, planning—the Center for Humane Technology has finally gone public with its Roadmap.

For those of you who did not sign up for the CHT newsletter, here is the original announcement text:

A New Agenda for Tech: Join Our Livestream on April 23

Hello friends,

We are thrilled to invite you to an important livestream on humanetech.com at 11 am PT on April 23.

Center for Humane Technology Co-Founders Tristan Harris and Aza Raskin will outline a new, more hopeful path for technology at SFJAZZ Center in San Francisco in front of more than 300 tech luminaries, including founders, CEOs, VCs, designers, and innovators.

Please join us online on Tuesday and be part of history in the making!

The HTC Community Team was informed about this event beforehand, and we knew it was going to be BIG! Besides the crème de la crème of the tech world, the event got huge press attention:

Humane Technology will truly be put on the map from now on!

This event is the reason our team went into overdrive to reorganize the forum and our Community Hub website. We are continuing to build this, and YOU can help.

Our relationship with the Center for Humane Technology

As most of you know, our community was founded by the Center for Humane Technology in February last year. In the course of the year, we reorganized ourselves as the independently operating Humane Tech Community.

Whereas we are a grassroots movement, working bottom-up, crowdsourced by volunteers and completely in the open, the public domain, the Center for Humane Technology takes a top-down, strategic approach. Over the past year, Tristan Harris et al. have had tremendous success at the highest levels of politics and in the boardrooms of the big tech companies.

Their strategic pillars until now were:

  1. Trigger a Cultural Awakening
  2. Create Political Pressure
  3. Engage Employees at the Workfloor
  4. Promote Humane Design

Watch the event and you will hear details on what these strategies entail, and how CHT is going to act on them. The year 2019 will be an exciting year for tech!

Initially the Humane Tech Community had adopted the same strategic pillars, but after our current reorganization where we are Building the Pyramids of Humane Technology this is what our relationship looks like:

You will see that both the Center for Humane Technology and the Humane Tech Community will provide a positive path forward, where we look to the future with optimism, and determination to find great solutions to the many tech-related challenges we have to solve. And solve them we will!

Be a Builder… So Let’s Build:bangbang:

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Any chance we can get into the event tomorrow if we’re living in SF? Definitely listening to the live stream regardless :purple_heart: Very excited!


Looks like the event is for CEOs, VCs, and those types, so maybe not. BUT luckily we got that live feed. We can discuss it here and have a good time talking about it!


Thanks for the announcement and thanks for circulating the pyramid diagram. The diagram is helpful in helping people understand how they can help and contribute even if they aren’t a tech insider!


Right Siddhi, I think the event is “invite only”.

Excited for the livestream. I’m all setup and ready to watch it live. This is better than an Apple event. :slight_smile:


Thanks for the pyramid diagram.


Is there any way/chance of still viewing the event? Unfortunately I could not view the livestream due to the time.

Yes, there is. The video can be watched from this location: https://humanetech.com/newagenda/

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Thank you so much! That has made my day.

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