How brands can help people regulate their tech usage
6 Mar 2019
How brands can help people regulate their tech usage

As people uncover how tech impacts their lives, they’re seeking to curb impulsive behaviours. Companies are designing solutions to encourage healthy usage of their services but the battle for user freedom versus responsibility rages. How do they preserve both their interests and people’s wellbeing?

Neil Levy

Neil Levy is the head of neuroethics at the Florey Neuroscience Institute and director of research at the Oxford Centre for Neuroethics. He writes on a wide range of topics including applied ethics, free will and moral responsibility, philosophical psychology, and philosophy of mind. He divides his time between Melbourne, Australia and Oxford, England.

B.J. Fogg

B.J. Fogg is a behaviour scientist and author. He is the founder and director of the Stanford Behavior Design Lab.

Edoardo Biscossi

Edoardo Biscossi is a behavioural analyst at Canvas8. He has a degree in Politics and an MSc in Consumer Behaviour. He’s interested in culture, people, art, the future, the niche, and the mass.