Sherry Turkle on Relational Artefacts

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Sherry Turkle explores identity effects of the computer presence associated with new technology: Computational toys and digital "pets" affect how children understand what is and is not alive, and what is special about being a person. How do we conceptualize the nature of our attachments to interactive robots, and how does this interaction affect people's thoughts about themselves and their sense of identity?