David Ryan Polgar is a two-time TEDx and a respected tech commentator whose ideas concerning cyber ethics, digital citizenship, and humanizing the online experience have been featured in The Boston Globe, Financial Times, Sydney Morning Herald, SirusXM, CNN.com, HuffPost Live, NewYorkTimes.com and more. With a background as an attorney and college professor, he digs below the surface to examine our tech use from an ethical, legal, and emotional perspective.
Often referred to as a Tech Ethicist, Polgar has become a unique voice in the ways to humanize the web and improve online culture. Standing at the intersection of tech, business, and ethics, he specializes in utilizing technology with the purpose of maximizing the human experience. Polgar has recently partnered with the digital ad agency 5Loom/IMRE on a "Humanizing Your Brand" project that has been given to Fortune 500 execs, along with giving a presentation on being creative in an age of info overload to Smith College’s Executive Education program. He recently launched HumanizingTheFuture.com, which is interviewing a diverse range of voices about our evolving relationship with tech.
Together we can improve civility online while educating, empowering and engaging digital citizens. Using the 3 E’s of digital citizenship (Educate, Empower, Engage), we can look at ways to increase civility online
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