Passion. Vision. Mission. Shift the power of technology back to the people.

For long, technologies, especially information technologies, are designed, developed and engineered to prioritize corporate profits over the well-being of our society. A gift to all human race eventually becomes a capitalist instrument to amass wealth and power. The predominant ideal underlying major frameworks, which centers around the obsession of building a strong centralizing authoritative core to mark virtual territories, in both applicational and psychological dimensions, inherently undermines the autonomy and various fundamental rights of individuals. In simpler words, the mainstream practice the industry adopts to advance their own interests feeds on invasion and deletion of personal freedom, independence and spaces. Information/digital technology has unprecedentedly transformed humans from subjects into objects. We see that in everyday examples with the public mostly positioned as end-users of increasingly sophisticated and overwhelming technologies. Significantly outpowered, these end-users are then, inevitably, forced to give up rights, privacy and control during standard consuming activities, most of the time, unknowingly and involuntarily. Inside this colossus mechanism, people are no longer individuals but token components and data sets of and for a highly profitable machine that abuses computing power with lazy yet exhaustive algorithms. As technology itself advances, this power imbalance, blessed with the aggression and apathy of radical capitalism ("corporatism"), is only going to pose even greater dangers to humanity.

Time is calling for a shift.
Time is calling for the shift.


Thinking, building and embracing human-centric and people-centric technology
  • Technologies are developed for general public.
  • Common good comes before private profits.
  • Technologies are designed and developed in a way to empower general users and be socially aware.
  • Technologies are designed, developed and delivered in a way to preserve user independence and protect user privacy.
  • Technologies are designed to be intuitive (natural), minimally invasive and non-intrusive, and do not involve a steep learning curve (to potentially broaden gap between the ones with access to such education and resources and those who do not).

World history is the progress of the consciousness of freedom.

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

The introduction to the Lecture on the Philosophy of World History

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