Amber Case is a cyborg anthropologist.
Amber Case investigates how past, present and future technologies shape what it means to be human. Her groundbreaking TED talk “We are all cyborgs now” garnered over a million views and brought the insights of cyborg anthropology to a global audience for the first time. Amber's unique digital philosophy also comes with a deeply practical side: In 2015, Amber published Calm Technology: Principles and Patterns for Non-Intrusive Design, a guide to creating mindful user experiences for the future of ubiquitous computing.
Amber is a fellow at Harvard University’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet and Society, a visiting researcher at the MIT Center for Civic Media and the co-founder and former CEO of location-based software company Geoloqi. She was featured in Inc. Magazine’s 30 under 30 and was named one of the most influential women in technology by Fast Company. Today, Amber continues to spark timely discussions about the shared future of technology and humanity as a speaker at conferences across Europe and the USA.