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14.78 Shaping the Future of Technology: From Early Agriculture to Artificial Intelligence: Research Guide


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Haidt, Jonathan, and Jean M. Twenge. “Opinion | This Is Our Chance to Pull Teenagers Out of the Smartphone Trap.” The New York Times, July 31, 2021, sec. Opinion.
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