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Science fiction author and futurist Madeline Ashby helps us understand why Hollywood’s future belongs to people - not machines.


🎙️In his monologue, Rushkoff warns us that spectacle is what prevents us from seeing each other


📰 Read Ashby’s Wired piece, Hollywood’s Future Belong to People - Not Machines


Keep up with Madeline Ashby

Website | Twitter


About Madeline Ashby

Madeline Ashby graduated from the first cohort of the M.Des. in Strategic Foresight and Innovation programme at OCADU in 2011. It was her second Masters degree. (Her first, in Interdisciplinary Studies, focused on cyborg theory, fan culture, and Japanese animation!) Since 2011, she has been a freelance consulting futurist specializing in scenario development and science fiction prototypes.


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Science fiction author and futurist Madeline Ashby helps us understand why Hollywood’s future belongs to people - not machines.


🎙️In his monologue, Rushkoff warns us that spectacle is what prevents us from seeing each other


📰 Read Ashby’s Wired piece, Hollywood’s Future Belong to People - Not Machines


Keep up with Madeline Ashby

Website | Twitter


About Madeline Ashby

Madeline Ashby graduated from the first cohort of the M.Des. in Strategic Foresight and Innovation programme at OCADU in 2011. It was her second Masters degree. (Her first, in Interdisciplinary Studies, focused on cyborg theory, fan culture, and Japanese animation!) Since 2011, she has been a freelance consulting futurist specializing in scenario development and science fiction prototypes.


🌍 You can support Team Human on Patreon to unlock access to a number of great perks including ad-free episodes of Team Human, access to the Team Human Discord community where we record monthly Q&A sessions with Rushkoff, special perks like free tickets to live events, and access to the Rushkoff archive.

Get bonus content on Patreon

Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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