James Williams

James Williams is a doctoral candidate at the Oxford Internet Institute. His research addresses the philosophy and ethics of attention and persuasion as they relate to technology design.


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The Fight for Our Eyeballs

Alyssa Loh explores a critique of the attention economy from ex-Google strategist James Williams....

The Fight for Our Eyeballs


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