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I, Robot: Our Changing Relationship With Technology

Do you ever catch yourself yelling at your Alexa? Or typing questions into Google that you would never ask aloud? This week, we explore our changing relationship with technology.
Taken in aggregate, the billions of online searches we make every day say a lot about our most private thoughts and biases. Source: Lee Woodgate

When we have a question about something embarrassing or deeply personal, many of us don't turn to a parent or a friend, but to our computers: We ask Google our questions.

As millions of us look for answers to questions, or things to buy, or places to meet friends, our searches produce

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