The Unintended Consequences Of Innovation

Every new invention changes the world -- in ways both intentional and unexpected. In this video, historian Edward Tenner tells stories that illustrate the under-appreciated gap between our ability to innovate and our ability to foresee the consequences. (The video is a little long, and the speaker is a little awkward, but the video features some thought-provoking material.

Every new invention changes the world -- in ways both intentional and unexpected. In this video, historian Edward Tenner tells stories that illustrate the under-appreciated gap between our ability to innovate and our ability to foresee the consequences. (The video is a little long, and the speaker is a little awkward, but the video features some thought-provoking material.)

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