If I were asked where to locate the essence of physical identity, I would answer without hesitation, “in the immune system,” the part of our physiology tasked with distinguishing each of us from everybody and everything else in the world. The face comes in second. By messing with images of our face, technology messes with who we are. My message here is consistent with my overall view of technology. We need to be deliberate and careful in how we use it, especially when we capture, process, analyze and present images of ourselves.
How does it work? Is it safe? Why is it so important? To answer these questions CAHEC presents a short video.
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An overview on technological advancements in the medical field.
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