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Is Technology killing our empathy ? | Jacquelyn Quinones | TEDxIHEParis
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Added Jun 23, 2016
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A visionary in technological communication, Jacquelyn Quinones has traveled the world studying the interconnectedness of humanity. Having spent over a decade decoding the human plight through music and storytelling, the reimagining of emotional experiences piqued her curiosity of the psyche - specifically the effects of technology on the human experience. A visionary in technological communication, Jacquelyn Quinones has traveled the world studying the interconnectedness of humanity. Having spent over a decade decoding the human plight through music and storytelling, the reimagining of emotional experiences piqued her curiosity of the psyche - specifically the effects of technology on the human experience.

A visionary in technological communication, Jacquelyn Quinones has traveled the world studying the interconnectedness of humanity. Having spent over a decade decoding the human plight through music and storytelling, the reimagining of emotional experiences piqued her curiosity of the psyche - specifically the effects of technology on the human experience. She began an inquiry into the significance of honesty and empathy in the world of easy online communication. The accelerated innovation of new technologies, proliferation of social media, and ease and convenience of superficial communication led her to question, “Is technology killing our empathy?” In 2015 she founded BANDYD LLC, a revolutionary social media platform born out of her desire to reinvent technological communication and promote interconnectedness.

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