Citizenship in a Networked Age
Richard Sergay is an award-winning veteran network television journalist and senior media executive who spent much of his career at ABC News. He reported on major domestic and international stories for World News, Nightline and Good Morning America and ABC Radio. Richard completed a six-year assignment as Bureau Chief and Correspondent based in South Africa covering the end of White rule and Apartheid, as well as the release of Nelson Mandela from prison and the ensuing peace negotiations. After the South Africa assignment, Richard began a new beat for ABC News – the first for any major network — focused on the digital revolution unfolding in the U.S. Richard will be showing a his movie Citizenship in a Networked Age. This feature embraces the positive potential of technology while also addressing its deep implications for society. Drawing on the best of scientific insight and spiritual wisdom, it aims to promote promoting human flourishing on a global scale. The film also addresses…
1. How will we, as citizens, make moral decisions in a networked age?
2. What privileges and responsibilities will we hold?
3. Can artificial intelligence contribute to enriched citizenship and democracy?