Instagram Now Helps You Avoid Making a Fool of Yourself (Unless You Want To)

The best digital wellness tools put us in control

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The idea is that the convenience of getting assistance from these algorithms might undermine what is most important about being a human.

Once in a while, the technology companies themselves come up with thoughtful solutions.

Peter Reiner is Professor of Neuroethics, University of British Columbia. Laura Specker Sullivan is Assistant Professor of Philosophy, College of Charleston.

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