Social media filters can seem harmless when looking at the shape of someone's eyes and deducing things about their character, but the deeper context connects to problematic pseudoscience.

Phrenology and physiognomy trending on social media

Phrenology and physiognomy are two distinct pseudoscientific practices. Phrenology attempts to establish a connection between cognitive ability, as well as the size and shape of a person’s skull. In contrast,…

Employees take back tech

Technology has a power potential the world has only begun to experience. In the last 10 years, we’ve seen the evolution of the cell phone, an AI revolution, 3D printing,…

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