"It is too late to stop people from posting photos on social media in the interest of digital privacy. However, the reliance on AI is something we can target..."
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"People who say, 'I don't believe masks work' are ignoring scientific evidence. It's not a belief system. It's like saying, 'I don't believe in gravity.'"
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"Essentially, we found that prospective teachers are more likely to view Black children as being angry, even when they're not." It's racialized anger bias.
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Cultural differences may explain why some people resist masks more than others. Here's how smiley North Americans can learn to adapt.
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With caregivers' faces covered, infants and young children will miss out on all the visual cues they'd normally get during stages of rapid developmental growth.
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Thinking of SARS-CoV-2 as an invisible enemy with an evil personality and humanlike motivations is a natural offshoot of the way people evolved to anthropomorphize so as not to overlook threats.
May 22, 2020 • ~7 min
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A new technique uses regular smartphones to make 3D face models that are accurate to the millimeter, researchers say.
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