In this episode with journalist Arielle Pardes we talked about the intersection of technology, health, business and ethics. With each technological advancement, every industry gets disrupted and re-invents the profound questions of “what is health?” and “what is life?”. Journalism will always be needed in a world where biases are inevitable and critical thought lies at the axis of what we can keep co-creating as a health-seeking society. Technology is allowing more nuanced interactions with death and the processes of grief; while it can create more vitality, it can also create more ways for denial and repression.

Arielle Pardes is a journalist and senior writer for WIRED, where she writes about Silicon Valley, startups and the culture of technology. Previously, she was a senior editor for VICE. She studied philosophy at the University of Pennsylvania.

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