A selection of interviews discussing my technology work. I have also conducted interviews on the subject of technology for Mind Matters, a podcast of the Walter Bradley Center for Natural and Artificial Intelligence. You’ll find a few of them below.


How can we use technology in a healthy way? What are the consequences of being always connected and having everything available instantaneously? I discuss technology, digital wellness, and freedom with Robert J. Marks in a two-part interview for Mind Matters, a podcast of The Walter Bradley Center for Natural and Artificial Intelligence.

Listen to Part 1: Weaving the Technology of Our Lives (podcast transcript)

Read a review of Part 1 at Mind Matters News.

Listen to Part 2: Who Controls the Tech? (podcast transcript)


I recently spent another hour with Janet Parshall on her nationally syndicated radio show In The Market. This time, the topic was technology! I got to share three amazing discoveries I’ve made in my last five years researching technology. I also unpacked my approach to living authentically with our technology and reveal how God is the Original Technician. Tune in to this insightful hour and be ready to think critically and biblically.

Listen to the full hour here.


I stayed up late with host Frank Morano to discuss my New York Post article on Big Tech and technology on New York City’s WABC Radio. Morano hosts “The Other Side of Midnight.” We talked about ways to loosen Big Tech’s grip on our lives and how modern technique can lead to technical slavery for humans if left unchecked. Listen to the interview.


In a two-part conversation, I talk with author and IT pro Doug Smith about his book [Un]Intentional: How Screens Secretly Shape Your Desires and How You Can Break Free. In Part 1, we discuss how screens are shaping our desires and who is behind it. In Part 2, we share Doug’s advice on reversing the intentionality imbalance and unleashing your potential as a human being. Listen to Part 1 and Part 2 now. Here’s a partial transcript of Part 1 and a partial transcript of Part 2.


When AI is equated with human intelligence, innovation suffers. While artificial intelligence can help to improve our world, many people believe the myth that it can reach beyond the limits of its programming. In this long-form conversation, I discuss the limitations and dangers of AI with computer scientist and entrepreneur Erik Larson, author of the new book The Myth of Artificial Intelligence: Why Computers Can’t Think The Way We Do. Listen to the full episode here or download a transcript. Also read additional coverage of the interview at MindMatters.ai here and here.


    To listen to more episodes of Mind Matters covering the debate over artificial intelligence and technology, visit mindmatters.ai/podcast.