Technovirtuism is a platform for highlighting bold new ideas about humanity’s technological future. The essays, fictions, and experiences on this site explore questions about virtue, justice, and beauty in the context of our relationship with technology. They bridge the gaps between academia, industry, and everyday life to cultivate a practical imagination for a better future.
Here are some things we believe in:
We design for focus, not for distraction. There are no banners, pop-ups, or ads. Hyperlinks, colors, and buttons are kept to an absolute minimum. We want your experience on technovirtuism to feel more like reading a journal than browsing a webpage.
We publish for humans, not for algorithms. The words on this site are not search-engine-optimized. Our editorial decisions are intended to support deep thought and understanding.
We care more about unique ideas than prestigious credentials. We invite contributions from anyone who has a unique insight into the relationship between humans, technology, and the future.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out with contribution ideas, comments, or questions on our contact page: https://www.technovirtuism.com/contact
Thank you for reading. I hope you're inspired by your time here.
Founder and Editor