How Silicon Valley is erasing your individuality - The Washington Post


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"Along with Facebook, Microsoft and Apple, these companies are in a race to become our “personal assistant.” They want to wake us in the morning, have their artificial intelligence software guide us through our days and never quite leave our sides. They aspire to become the repository for precious and private items, our calendars and contacts, our photos and documents. They intend for us to turn unthinkingly to them for information and entertainment while they catalogue our intentions and aversions."
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september 2017 by mlotspaih
Until recently, it was easy to define our most widely known corporations. Any third-grader could describe their essence. Exxon sells gas; McDonald’s makes hamburgers; Walmart is a place to buy stuff. This is no longer so. Today’s ascendant monopolies aspire to encompass all of existence. via Pocket
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september 2017 by k2theiely
(Rob Dobi for The Washington Post/Rob Dobi for The Washington Post) Until recently, it was easy to define our most widely known corporations. Any third-grader…
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september 2017 by sricha27
(Rob Dobi for The Washington Post/Rob Dobi for The Washington Post) Until recently, it was easy to define our most widely known corporations. Any third-grader…
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september 2017 by jon_amar
(Rob Dobi for The Washington Post) Until recently, it was easy to define our most widely known corporations. Any third-grader could describe their essence.…
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september 2017 by divergio
RT atmostbeautiful : 고민할 필요 없습니다. 생각은 우리가 할께요. 쉽고 편리함에 길들여지면서 의존적 무력화. 실리콘밸리 빅5의 독점 강화가 어떻게 개인과 다양성을 지워가고 있는가. 신간 World without Mind 발췌 http://bit.ly/2w2jltt September 12, 2017 at 07:08AM http://twitter.com/atmostbeautiful/status/907365147097817089
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september 2017 by seoulrain
(Rob Dobi for The Washington Post/Rob Dobi for The Washington Post) Until recently, it was easy to define our most widely known corporations. Any third-grader…
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september 2017 by trieloff
Tech and identity & ideology: Perspective | How Silicon Valley is erasing your individuality - Washington Post
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september 2017 by semrys
The perils of monopoly.
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september 2017 by jorgebarba
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september 2017 by wiobyrne
(Rob Dobi for The Washington Post/Rob Dobi for The Washington Post) Until recently, it was easy to define our most widely known corporations. Any third-grader…
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september 2017 by louderthan10
(Rob Dobi for The Washington Post/Rob Dobi for The Washington Post) Until recently, it was easy to define our most widely known corporations. Any third-grader…
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september 2017 by johnrclark
“How Silicon Valley is erasing your individuality” - (worth considering re: “personalization” in edu)
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september 2017 by audrey
(Rob Dobi for The Washington Post) Until recently, it was easy to define our most widely known corporations. Any third-grader could describe their essence.…
september 2017 by jkleske
Until recently, it was easy to define our most widely known corporations. Any third-grader could describe their essence. Exxon sells gas; McDonald’s makes hamburgers; Walmart is a place to buy stuff. This is no longer so. Today’s ascendant monopolies aspire to encompass all of existence. via Pocket
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september 2017 by geekgirl397
Until recently, it was easy to define our most widely known corporations. Any third-grader could describe their essence. Exxon sells gas; McDonald’s makes hamburgers; Walmart is a place to buy stuff. This is no longer so. Today’s ascendant monopolies aspire to encompass all of existence. via Pocket
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september 2017 by archizoo
(Rob Dobi for The Washington Post) Until recently, it was easy to define our most widely known corporations. Any third-grader could describe their essence.…
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september 2017 by kanarinka