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The Loneliness Project gets people to share stories about loneliness online.
The reliance on algorithms to manage unprecedented amounts of information have repeatedly had consequences for YouTube and other social media.
Researchers in Lusanne, Switzerland, have developed a robot made entirely out of gelatin and glycerin. A robot you eat.
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