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to empirically identify values embedded in technological artifacts. I hope that this will be taken

up in STS not only to analyze the values that are in technology, but also the values that we ought

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and ought not to embed in it. As Martin (2019: 12) argues, such a discussion can serve as a

springboard for developing interventions in the world to resist evil technologies, and educate

people to avoid evil and promote good through technology.

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