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  • Yuval Noah Harari on how humans are hackable animals. And we better realize that now if we want to claim back our free will. → https://hmnst.club/2xqKoNs

  • When your smart doorbell thinks you’re Batman. → https://hmnst.club/2OAEy2R

  • I thought I heard enough Apple anecdotes and Steve Jobs mythology, but this oral history of Infinite Loop by Wired is intriguing. → https://hmnst.club/2OAZMxD

  • The Chinese digital score system is already making and breaking lives. → https://hmnst.club/2PUtoWV

  • Speaking of which, Google is showing zero ethics on human rights over there with their secret project Dragonfly. → https://hmnst.club/2xr61fQ

  • And to close with aesthetic beauty and a video: hoards of anonymous people react to a user-controlled character in an interactive world. → https://hmnst.club/2OJuYKQ


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