I (Ales Zivkovic) was recently challenged to think and as panellist discuss the way I see technology affecting human interaction – the way people perceive each other through and because of tech. Primarily because I am a cofounder of the startup that is in a way altering real-life human interaction, but also from psychotherapy and counselling perspective. It is interesting that even though technology keeps on changing the way people interact so much, which can in fact be a good thing, it has changed the way we perceive each other even more, which could be a problem.
No one is wearing a shirt and even jeans are hard to find. It’s all like one big reality show everyone wants to be a part of. And it looks so cool. Maybe that is why. And maybe the fact that it is just virtually real is the reason that makes this a reality show. Everyone wants to have a piece in it and piece of it.