Brookings Institution: How to measure and regulate the attention costs of consumer technology

Brookings Institution: How to measure and regulate the attention costs of consumer technology. “Software does not get bored, tired, or overwhelmed, but we do—and when we do, software is often designed to prey on us. Without recognizing and potentially regulating for engagement maximization in technology, we may increasingly lose de facto ownership of our own attention through seemingly minute, but pervasive digital incursions.”

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