Matt Artz represents that rarest of specimens: the business anthropologist. In that role he advocates for the responsible design of human-centered technologies. He has a particular focus on the benefits –but mainly the risks– of consumer DNA testing.
In this episode of the HealthBiz podcast, Matt talks about how he got into the anthropology field, recaps key elements of his TEDx talk about consumer genetic tests, and reveals his own motivations for getting a test, even though he knows the dangers.
Matt’s launching not one but two new podcasts, so if you like what you hear here, you won’t be lacking for opportunities to listen to him again.
He also reading (and recommends) 365 to Vision: Modern Writer’s Guide: How to Produce More Writing in Less Time by Ron Lieback and Switched on Pop: How Popular Music Works, and Why it Matters by Nate Sloan and Charlie Harding.
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January 14, 2021