Steven Parton / The Feedback Loop
Here’s our interview with Steven Parton, the host of The Feedback Loop, by Singularity University.
Steven is a computer scientist turned independent researcher, author, and community educator with an obsession for neuroscience and social psychology. His work broadly focuses on understanding the ways in which the human animal is maladapted to the modern environment so that we can adopt both personal and cultural practices that will improve well-being and societal functioning.
Follow Steve on Twitter @StevenEParton, and come meet Steve at PodConf 2023!
How many episodes have you published?
Describe your podcast in 2 or 3 sentences
The Feedback Loop delves into the ways in which technology is shaping humanity’s consciousness, culture, and overall human experience. Each episode discusses the effects of our rapid progression towards the Singularity on these fundamental aspects of our being.
Why did you start this podcast and what do you love about it?
Technology is reshaping the human experience, and this clashes with many of the ways we evolved. As a result, mental health issues and societal discord are commonplace.
I started the podcast to shine a light on paths for navigating this issue, and I love that it constantly keeps me learning and allows me to talk to some of the greatest minds alive today.
Who is your target audience?
Scientists, technologists, and business-folk seeking to better understand the modern human condition.
What’s the number 1 thing listeners love about your podcast?
The thought-provoking responses from a variety of guests.
Are you monetizing this podcast? If so, how?
What advice would you give a new podcaster?
Make the podcast an expression of your passion, not what’s trending.
What’s your favorite podcast you listen to?
Joe Rogan. Go ahead… judge me.
Anything else people should know about you or your podcast?
Nope. Not at the moment.
Where can people follow you?
The best place to follow me is on Twitter @StevenEParton.