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Technology

How our devices are making life less happy

Our technology makes things easier and more convenient, but it also robs us of the chance to be well-rounded, virtuous people.

Great Britain: Another step towards genetic editing of human embryos

According to the Nuffield Council on Bioethics, it's not "morally unacceptable" to alter human DNA

Human contact is better than an iPhone. A philosopher explains why.

Technology is always welcome, as long as we establish priorities.

Smartphones: A delight, and … a cross

"The trouble is that smartphones, like most technology, aren’t simply bad. They’re worse: a diabolical mixture of bad and very good."

Artificial intelligence: Man vs. Machine, 1-1

In San Francisco, an experiment of great interest regarding the new abilities of AI

How to break free from a “technology-addled” society

We've lost track of life. But there is hope.

Have you tried Nicole Kidman’s secret to a happy marriage?

She and husband Keith Urban swear they've never done one thing ... and it's made all the difference.

“Fake news” leads to epidemic of lynchings

In countries such as India or Myanmar, fake news can literally be deadly.

This is one of the worst things you can do right after waking up

Most of us have also developed this habit, which derails our day before it even starts.

The Chinese “social credit system”: The real Big Brother of the future?

An enormous database will collect data on the activities of Chinese citizens, allowing authorities to evaluate their “trustworthiness.” This could come to pass in the rest of the world, thanks to …