Oliver Bates, Vanessa Thomas, Christian Remy, Adrian Friday, Lisa Nathan, Mike Hazas, Samuel Mann
Big question: What will it take for sustainable HCI to really make a difference? As this forum's editor has pointed out, continuous dialogue is key . It is clear that the digital systems designed by the HCI community have increasingly powerful and complex effects on the more-than-human world and on humans who adopt our systems . Many HCI researchers, including the authors of this article, believe that we should interrogate the use of technology for good [3,4], especially when confronting urgent social and environmental challenges. Insights Countless reports, articles, and documentaries tell versions of the same crushing story:…
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