VIDEO: How smartphones have changed our behaviour

We're a culture of 'dependency and distraction.'
Nicholas Carr, the author of Utopia is Creepy, argues that he rise of the smartphone has changed people’s behaviour in the way they perceive things in a fundamental way. 1:11

In his latest book, Utopia is Creepy, Nicholas Carr talks about the downside of the last decade of our digital life, including the impact the smartphone has had on our behaviour.

Hear his full interview with Nora Young on Spark.


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