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NEW YORK - As our lives become more virtual with technology, how do gadgets define our identity at work, home and social circles at this unique moment in history? FILE PHOTO: An undated photo of 2020 MacArthur Fellow Mary L. Gray. Courtesy John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation/via REUTERS. Mary L. Gray, an anthropologist and recent recipient of a 2020 MacArthur “genius grant,” looks at the way technology affects labor, identity and human rights. Gray, 51, who is based in Somerville, Massachusetts, discusses how digital culture can improve our professional as well as personal lives. Below are edited excerpts. Q: Nearly six in 10 workers say that working from home means their day is ... Full story

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