What is expected of tomorrow’s social networks to address the needs of a more and more complex society? Where is Facebook falling short? What can Neurobiology tell us about the wellbeing of our digital culture? In an entertaining and inspiring talk the speakers will use an Australian model of Neurobiology to answer these questions. They will reveal the six intelligence centers of the human brain in order to classify today’s social networks and predict what is needed to build more sustainable digital platforms. Using the insights of focus groups with digital natives and drawing from a wealth of research and Neurobiology, the speakers will explore the underlying motives of a digital society. This will include an outlook on Google Glass as well as an exploration into the depth of our psychological being.