World of Warcraft and similar games can offer a lifeline to disabled people. Mats Steen had muscular dystrophy and when he died his parents thought he lived a lonely life but discovered that he had a prolific online World of Warcraft presence. 
Why scapegoating and finger-pointing don't help anyone.
It’s less of a coincidence than you think running into your friend from Madrid at some Brooklyn style cafe in Paris thanks to algorithms and the internet. Like hipster moths to the Edison lightbulb flame. I’m particularly chuffed with myself for the girl carrying the typewriter to the cafe.
Happy Groundhog’s Day! Predictive technology for BBC Focus. 
Don’t forget, how we treat our robots and voice assistants is seen by our kids and peers.
chatting with people different than you breaks down stereotypes and prejudice
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