How close does personalized online advertising get to us as our real persons? Technology critic Sara M. Watson describes a disconcerting encounter with her other ME.
Where does the human sense of self actually come from? An essay by philosopher Thomas Metzinger.
A person can be identified just as much by their face as by their fingerprints. This is immensely important for the nascent surveillance society.
The boundless self: Dr. Thomas Binder investigates for SCHIRN MAGAZIN the question of how limited managers’ egos actually are.
Algorithms have so far analyzed human identity merely for economic reasons. The result is dangerously far removed from our reality.
The human face performs many important functions. A loss of control over it has massive consequences.