Are the lines between Sim and human blurring?

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Are the lines between Sim and human blurring?

As more of our identities reside online we need to use intelligence to protect them

In the computer game The Sims we are able to create virtual people who are ultimately defined by their digital characteristics. We can create personas by digitally altering their personalities, we can...

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