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The Decline of Deep Thinking: How Information Access Challenges Decision Making, with Nicholas Carr

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Published on Dec 4, 2013

Nicholas Carr, author of Pulitzer Price finalist book, The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains, sits down with Tuck Professor Alva Taylor to discuss how the massive loads of information can take away from ways of thinking. Nicholas believes you lose some potential as a thinker if you are always distracted and multi-tasking and he encourages enterprises to support disconnected operations for certain scenarios. They also explore the topics of privacy, security, BYOD, wearables and truly critical thinking about the use of technology's effect on living a balanced life. Nicholas offers his advice to parents, students and CEOs.

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