Michael Patrick Lynch

University of Connecticut

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Michael Patrick Lynch is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Connecticut and the author of The Internet of Us: Knowing More and Understanding Less in the Age of Big Data.

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One lesson from Donald Trump's "upset" victory is that the mainstream media's "conventional wisdom" has lost its credibility.

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One lesson from Donald Trump's "upset" victory is that the mainstream media's "conventional wisdom" has lost its credibility.

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The co-founder of Google has promised we're almost at the point where smartphones will be implanted in our brains.

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The co-founder of Google has promised we're almost at the point where smartphones will be implanted in our brains.

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