Mark Jarzombek, a Professor of history and theory of architecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, has been teaching since 1995. He has authored several books, including a notable work on digital ontology titled "Digital Stockholm Syndrome in the Post-Ontological Age." This book explores the profound implications of the intensive interactions between humans and algorithms in contemporary society. Jarzombek argues that these interactions challenge traditional notions of ontology and raise questions about where to begin discussions about life. His insights shed light on the complex relationship between humans, technology, and the evolving nature of existence in the digital era.