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January 17, 2020

MIT Technology Review

The Human Screenome Project will capture everything we do on our phones

“Screen time is a popular carry-over measure from the context of a TV-centered era, developed around health and parenting concerns,” says Mimi Ito, a cultural anthropologist who studies technology use at the University of California. Even the American Association of Pediatrics, which first popularized the term, has moved away from screen time as a core measure, she says.

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The Human Screenome Project will capture everything we do on our phones

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