Digital Humanists

It is our responsibility to understand how our shared humanity can define the systems we create and control.

Mission

SCIENCE – guided by reason.

SOCIETY – inspired by compassion.

CONTRIBUTION – informed by experience.

Digital Humanists design and utilize systems to improve the human condition, ensuring humans benefit from the algorithms and systems, and are not enslaved or abused by them. A simple human-centric philosophy for those of us building or using the tools of the future.

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History

Digital Humanists pick up on the themes of the Humanist Manifestos (1933, 1973, and 2003) proposing that it is our “responsibility to lead ethical lives of personal fulfillment that aspire to the greater good of humanity”.

Applied to the technological future of our societies, we should ask the question: “What kind of ancestor to the future do we want to be?”

Humanist Manifesto I (1933)
Humanist Manifesto II (1973)
Humanist Manifesto III (2003)
Digital Humanism – Brian Prentice, Gartner (2015)

Contact Us

PO Box 556
North Sydney, NSW 2059
Australia
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