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What we make and what we see, what we like and what we engage with, shapes us and shapes our world. Advances in Artificial Intelligence, Expressive Computing, Augmented Reality, and Virtual Reality have made the “virtual” more “natural.”  A challenge for all of us living in this new blended reality is it’s getting harder and harder to parse out the “secret cause” of the maker. And the implications of these hidden (or at least undisclosed) agendas, and how they affect us, are profound. 

Hope Hutman


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