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AI is growing rapidly, but it won’t replace these 2 human skills

Before you worry about losing your job down the road, consider what a robot can't replace ...

France: Cell phones banned at schools

The French government becomes the first to send this "signal to society."

Can the internet actually be a safe zone for your kids?

With these strategies and websites, you'll "want" to get your kids a smartphone (almost).

9 Tips for being gracious on instant message

Did you know that others are forming an impression of you by how you answer and send messages?

9 Ways adults are making parents’ tech decisions more difficult

The increased use of phones, especially in the classroom, is infringing on our ability to make good parenting choices.

Does all this data help us know ourselves any better?

We can now tap into the hidden secrets of our emotional, psychological, and biological lives, but we remain blind to the ultimate mystery.

Why we should bring back the family phone

A good old-fashioned landline may be one solution for what ails us today. Here's why.

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.

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