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Don't Think Your Bias Can Boss You Around? David Byrne Says Think Again

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Don't Think Your Bias Can Boss You Around? David Byrne Says Think Again

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Don't Think Your Bias Can Boss You Around? David Byrne Says Think Again

Don't Think Your Bias Can Boss You Around? David Byrne Says Think Again

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A virtual reality installation allows visitors to experience a doll's perspective as she's poked and prodded by a lab assistant. Read the full story at KQED. Susana Bates for Drew Altizer Photography/Courtesy of the artist and Pace Gallery hide caption

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Susana Bates for Drew Altizer Photography/Courtesy of the artist and Pace Gallery

A virtual reality installation allows visitors to experience a doll's perspective as she's poked and prodded by a lab assistant. Read the full story at KQED.

Susana Bates for Drew Altizer Photography/Courtesy of the artist and Pace Gallery

The musician and multimedia artist has co-created an immersive experience designed to make people aware of their implicit biases. It's called "The Institute Presents: Neurosociety."

Read the full story at KQED.