Andrew Keen is one of the world’s best known and controversial commentators on the digital revolution. He is the author of four books: Cult of the Amateur, Digital Vertigo, international hit The Internet Is Not The Answer, and his latest book How To Fix The Future. Published in February 2018, How to Fix the Future has been called “[a] bracing book” by Walter Isaacson and “the most significant work so far in an emerging body of literature…in which technology’s smartest thinkers are raising alarm bells about the state of the Internet, and laying groundwork for how to fix it” by Fortune Magazine. The book also received a starred review by Kirkus Reviews.
Andrew is executive director of the Silicon Valley innovation salon FutureCast and an acclaimed public speaker around the world. He is the host of “Keen On” show, a popular TechCrunch chat show, and was named one of the “100 Most Connected Men” in 2015 by GQ magazine.
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How to Fix Democracy with Mónica Guzmán
Season 4 Episode 3 titled "Bridging the Partisan Divide" features Mónica Guzmán, the author of "I Never Thought of it That Way," who joined host Andrew Keen to discuss the dire state of the political landscape in the United States.
How to Fix Democracy with Jonathan Rauch and Peter Wehner
Season 4 Episode 2 titled The Crisis of the American Right features authors and researchers Jonathan Rauch and Peter Wehner. Together with host Andrew Keen, they discuss the history and implications of the stark transformation undergone by the Republican Party during and after Donald Trump’s presidency.
How To Fix Democracy: New Book
Humanity in Action with the Bertelsmann Foundation release a book featuring insights into the pressing issue of our day: how to fix democracy.
How to Fix Democracy with Cheryl Welch and Arthur Goldhammer
Season 4 Episode 1 titled Tocqueville's Take on Democracy features Harvard University professors Cheryl Welch and Arthur Goldhammer. They kick off Season 4 of How To Fix Democracy by joining host Andrew Keen for a discussion of Tocqueville's famous observational text, "Democracy in America."
How To Fix Democracy with Jon Alexander
Season 3 Episode 20 titled The Roles of Citizens features Jon Alexander, the founder of The New Citizenship Project. In this episode, Jon speaks with host Andrew Keen about the conflict between our roles as citizens and consumers.
How To Fix Democracy with Patrick Radden Keefe
Season 3 Episode 19 titled Democracy in Pain features Patrick Radden Keefe, a writer and investigative journalist whose recent book, Empire of Pain, delves into the opioid crisis in the United States. This is the first interview of a series in cooperation with The John Adams Institute.
How To Fix Democracy with David van Reybrouck
Season 3 Episode 18 titled "Examining elections" features David van Reybrouck, a Belgian author, historian, archaeologist, and the National Endowment for the Humanities / Hannah Arendt Center Fellow at Bard College in New York.
How to Fix Democracy with Claudia Chwalisz
Season 3 Episode 17 titled "Innovating democracy" features Claudia Chwalisz, the Innovative Citizen Participation Lead at the OECD Directorate for Public Governance.
How to Fix Democracy with Darryl Pickney
Season three Episode 16 titled "The state of American democracy" features American novelist, playwright, and essayist Darryl Pinckney, who together with host Andrew Keen take a tour d’horizon of the state of American democracy.
How To Fix Democracy with Danilo Türk
Season 3 Episode 15 entitled "Democracy delivering results" commemorates the International Day of Democracy by featuring Danilo Türk, President of Slovenia and currently President of Club de Madrid.