Humans and Technology
A look at how technologies from AR/VR, brain-computer interfaces, and chip implants to health trackers, biometrics and social media are changing the most basic aspects of human life—work, friendship, love, aging, sickness, parenting, learning, and building community.
Men from the less extreme end of the misogynistic spectrum are drifting toward groups that espouse violence against women, a new study suggests.
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