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How are we designing technology and how is technology designing us? Should we upload our consciousness to the web? How do we bring empathy into tech design? In this episode of IBM thinkLeaders podcast, we are joined by Gray Scott (futurist, techno-philosopher, and host of the digital philosophy YouTube show FUTURISTIC NOW) & Pamela Pavliscak (emotional AI researcher & faculty at Pratt Institute). We talk to Gray and Pamela about how we are co-evolving with tech, the importance of empathy in design, and whether or not we will be uploading our consciousness in the future. We also get into what it means to be human and whether humanness can be replicated, the need for multidisciplinary thinking, and how a technologist's outlook on the world impacts their design. Connect with us @IBMthinkLeaders @GrayScott @PamInTheLab “I think we should all remember is life is an experiment. We don't have it figured out. We don't have it all figured out yet. So technologists can sort of fall under the illusion that we have the basic scaffolding of life figured out. We're far from that. We're still infants in the digital revolution and we have only barely touched the surface of first what it means to be human.”-Gray Scott, futurist “I've always come up against that tension where we have technology that makes us more productive, makes us more efficient, and now I feel like we're seeing kind of the byproduct of that carry over where we're missing something from our interactions with technology. It feels maybe too efficient or too cold or too distant...And so when this new technology is coming around promising to say to bring more empathy to our interactions, I think that's worth discussing.” -Pamela Pavliscak, emotional AI researcher