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Fitness & Sport Video: Looking Back On A Journey From Prison To Fitness CEO

We're gearing up for CXI 2018 on May 18 by revisiting speakers from conferences past, starting with ConBody founder Coss Marte

Syndicated Grindr's HIV Data-Sharing Betrayed The LGBTQ Community

The gay dating app has responsibilities to the communities it serves, and these do not include passing intimate information to third parties

Technology Platform Helps Women Report Harassment In Public Spaces

The NINA app maps instances of sexual harassment in public spaces like trains and buses to address gender-based discrimination throughout Brazil

Retail Pop-Up Shop Sends A Message About Unhealthy Relationships

The One Love Foundation set up a pop-up shop with Valentine's gifts that showed what unhealthy love can look like

Wellness This AI Chatbot Helps Report Workplace Harassment

Spot uses AI to record inappropriate interactions at work while keeping reporters anonymous

Advertising Amnesty International Used Hypnosis To Convey The Reality of Refugees

The international aid agency took empathy one step further by hypnotizing people to help them understand the horrors of the war in Syria

Health Canadian Campaign Combats Driving-While-High With Designer Marijuana Strains

'Consequence Strains' highlights the risks of driving high that are often masked by playful marketing

Design Condoms Redesigned To Promote Consent

Anna Weddle wants to bring the discussion of sexual health about how all parties need to understand the meaning of consent to have safe sex

Interview Sole Searching In The Age Of The Smartphone

We spoke with Ron Faris about creating ephemeral communities in a world where Nikes aren’t just shoes anymore, they’re status symbols—like a Rolex, for your feet

Advertising The U.N. Is Using Facebook To Tell Real Stories From Conflict Areas

In order to get real stories out there, the UN is using Facebook's augmented reality tools to connect people around the world

Syndicated Seoul Buses Install 'Comfort Women' Statues As A Reminder Of Imperial History

Statues were installed on five buses with the support of the Seoul mayor—although use of public space to highlight a wartime atrocity is controversial

Hotels, Hospitality & Travel Boston Will Fight Islamophobia On Public Transit With A Viral Cartoon

The work of a French illustrator on Tumblr has been picked up by U.S. cities to encourage travelers to intervene in abuse

Design An MIT Scientist Invented A Sticker That Can Detect Sexual Assault

The sticker called Intrepid is placed on any piece of clothing and can recognize patterns of how the wearer takes off his or her clothes

Fashion & Apparel This Wearable Device Is Meant To Reveal Consumers' True Emotions

Market research may have gotten a lot easier with the Moxo Sensor