Future of Media, Entertainment and Sport

This VR game allows you to experience racial prejudice

A gamer plays the video game "League of Legends" during training for an Asian Games demonstration event in Jakarta, Indonesia August 25, 2018.   REUTERS/Jack Tarrant

A new computational model, developed by MIT researchers, could change the way we think about race. Image: REUTERS/Jack Tarrant

Suzanne Day
Writer, MIT News
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