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What are the technological tools used by today's social scientists to understand the behavior of large populations? This episode explains how Vermont scientists are studying child behavior and teaching robots how to learn. Also, a look at how the Internet is affecting our behavior and how data mining enables scientists to understand the collective behavior and emotions of hundreds of thousands of people.
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