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Technology: Content Insider #510 - Toys for Tots

Content Insider #510 - Toys for Tots

Toys are Getting Smarter, More Educational but Riskier

Miles Weston

Admit it. See all the new toys for kids and they make you want to be one again (still?). And if you want the world to think AI and robots everywhere are the natural order of things what better way than make them an integral part of a person's life right at the start? Of course how deviously simple. Kids aren't suspicious like you. They get a friendly little toy that talks with them, shares information, ideas, photos, whatever and hey it's gotta be a good thing. But kids tend to share too much don't they and the toys shares with someone else and pretty soon Read More >>

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