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The Body Swappers: Can a Machine Create Empathy?

by Jen Graves Use the Machine To Be Another in Seattle this weekend. Courtesy of the artists Yesterday before breakfast, two friends told me about their sexual assaults and workplace sexual harassments. Before breakfast. A few days ago, my best friend wrote publicly for the first time about her rape, in a piece called "What it's like to survive an assault by a man like Donald Trump.
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