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For instance, it might nudge your brain to think or behave in certain ways.
Technology that can change your brain — nudge it to think or behave in certain ways — is especially worrisome to many of our readers.
One public health official said, “If the country had behaved like the state of Vermont, we would have 200,000 fewer deaths.”
With Maria’s help, he finds they need to learn to act like kids rather than learn how to behave as grown ups.
From there, it gathers insights around how those audiences behave and buys ads against them to see how well they perform.
That means shareholders are often less interested in how individual companies perform than in how companies as a whole behave around the world.
When she becomes pregnant, she begins to behave alarmingly, burying herself belly-deep in snow, stripping down to her underwear and wading into an icy Lake Erie.
She would work SO hard all day at school to sit still, concentrate, behave — and then she would just melt down at home, completely, utterly exhausted from the effort.
If the crew on the International Space Station behaved the way we’re behaving, they would not be able to survive.
CAN ASTRONAUT THINKING HEAL AMERICA AT LAST?LESLIE DELA VEGAJANUARY 28, 2021OZY
The business models of Facebook and Google are grounded in that manipulative power, because advertisers who want to know how people will behave will pay handsome sums to steer that behavior.

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