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  • Author: Galit Ariel

Galit Ariel

Galit defines herself as a ‘digital hippie’ –since she is passionate about a future that will integrate technology into our everyday lives, but not control it. As a thought leader in Augmented Reality, she explores the wild and imaginative side of immersive technologies, but also their impact on our cultures, behaviors and ethical issues related to them. Her book ‘Augmenting Alice –The Future of Identity, Experience and Reality’ [July 2017] offers a context and futurescape to Augmented Reality applications, considering its impact on our public, personal and intimate space, that ultimately alters the way we experience reality and our sense of self.
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Escaping the tech industry’s bias loop

On its path to ‘move fast and break things,’ products and services have built-in biases, spawning flawed paradigms and tools that filter out diversity of culture and representation for the tech industry and consumers alike.

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Keep calm, and your privacy

Location data can be useful both for academics and researchers involved in pandemic research, as well as first responders and front-line agencies planning and delivering resources.

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Hiding in real life

The alarming potential of biometrics and image tracking has generated several anti-surveillance solutions, aimed at protecting users’ data.

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The Three Laws of AR

AR represents a next level interface – one that blends the digital and physical, creating a hybrid space and experience. Written by Galit Ariel.

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