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The space at the intersection of kids, families, neuroscience and technology is underdeveloped and rife for corporate entrepreneurship. Although commercial possibilities will no doubt develop quickly and can be crass and exploitive, I would like to posit that pro-social, family- and child-centered approaches to this space can also be monetized and compete in popular culture. As a psychiatrist with 70,000+ hours ‘flying time’ learning about kids and families and a researcher I would like to start an intelligent conversation with techy types about the possibilities, which I explore in my book KIDS, PARENTS AND TECHNOLOGY: A GUIDE FOR YOUNG FAMILIES.

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