The Digital Human Archive

The Digital Human Archive

Aleks Krotoski explores what technology tells us about modern living. Each programme takes part of our digital world and looks at how it’s influencing who we are, what we value and where we’re headed. Whether it be our relationships or our environments; both real and virtual, Aleks reveals what these developments tell us about ourselves and the world we’re creating.

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