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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 23, 2023

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Playing at The Marsh in San Francisco starting Sept. 20, “Bravo 25” explores themes of human interaction and the relationship between people and technology. Written by Gibson herself, the show draws upon her real-life experiences as a therapist and humanitarian worker.
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Playing at The Marsh in San Francisco starting Sept. 20, “Bravo 25” explores themes of human interaction and the relationship between people and technology. Written by Gibson herself, the show draws upon her real-life experiences as a therapist and humanitarian worker.
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We now have the opportunity until July 1 to experience a form of Westworld where we don’t have to struggle with the threat of robot-induced injury.
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We now have the opportunity until July 1 to experience a form of Westworld where we don’t have to struggle with the threat of robot-induced injury.
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We should keep in mind the great advantages that the internet has given us, but not forget the importance of print papers to the journalism industry.
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We should keep in mind the great advantages that the internet has given us, but not forget the importance of print papers to the journalism industry.
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But despite all of the evidence that technology is not working in our planet’s favor, we don’t often consider these implications
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But despite all of the evidence that technology is not working in our planet’s favor, we don’t often consider these implications
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The narrative of an African country as the most technologically advanced in the world has been met with celebration that suggests a profound desire for a departure from usual depictions of Africa as a continent marred by foreign aid, crisis, slavery and colonialism.
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The narrative of an African country as the most technologically advanced in the world has been met with celebration that suggests a profound desire for a departure from usual depictions of Africa as a continent marred by foreign aid, crisis, slavery and colonialism.
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In the past few years, “hacking”— the art of designing, building and marketing an app or website from scratch within either 24 or 36 hours in a grand event referred to as a “hackathon” — has become intertwined with computer science culture among college students.
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In the past few years, “hacking”— the art of designing, building and marketing an app or website from scratch within either 24 or 36 hours in a grand event referred to as a “hackathon” — has become intertwined with computer science culture among college students.
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