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Should people know they’re talking to an algorithm? After a controversial debut, Google now says yes
Psychology professor Michelle Drouin wanted to know how people would react if a chatbot could emulate a human.
Set time limits on your smartphone use in the office.
What exactly is it about the rolls of tissue that has caused mayhem across cultures, including at times violent clashes that have reverberated on social media?
Dutch students have accused universities of violating their privacy by using monitoring software to prevent cheating in exams being conducted online because of the coronavirus.
To raise public awareness about the dangers of misinformation, psychology researchers at the UK's University of Cambridge have developed a fun game to help teach players to detect fake news.
While dating apps are popular in Iran, its cyberspace police chief said that all other platforms apart from Hamdam are illegal.
Scare stories about the effects of social media on students’ grades are misplaced, finds a recent study conducted by German researchers and reported in Educational Psychology Review journal.
The World Health Organisation's recent decision to recognise videogame addiction, or "gaming disorder," as a mental health problem has proved controversial, with some in the psychology community arguing that the comparison trivialises addictions like substance abuse or alcoholism.