Max Stossel discusses the true cost of our attention economy, and why we need to align the incentives of tech & media companies with human values over ad revenues. In this talk he explains how when everyone profits off of our attention, we all lose.
Max Stossel is an award winning filmmaker + poet with a unique style of storytelling. His work consistently goes viral, has been featured by the majority of major digital publications, by Lincoln Center, and has been written about in 12 languages. Before entering the creative world, Max spent 8 years creating social media strategies for fortune 500 brands and building a social network. The merging of these fields allows him to provide a fascinating perspective on modern culture and how technology is impacting humanity.
This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at