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“Is today’s toddler with a tablet going to be tomorrow’s curmudgeon in the face of a brain-machine interface? I suspect that that will be the case,” —Chris Lucas, who studies computer science and learning.

“If I wanted to do it for the compensation, I would be better off using that time to flip burgers or go wash windows,” —Johan Rooryck, who edits academic journals.

“If the data was accurate it’d be something to celebrate, but we know it’s not accurate,”—Lisa Maatz, a lobbyist for women’s rights in education, on zero reports of rape at many American colleges.

(Previous quotes from our sources here)