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In a future shaped by ubiquitous surveillance and facial recognition, what might happen if you were misrecognized, the victim of a glitch? How would you go about proving that you were, indeed, yourself, and not someone else? These questions are at the heart of "Congratulations on Your Loss," a story about surveillance, automation, and alienation by Catherine Lacey, author of novels including The Answers and Pew, a Guggenheim Fellow in 2019, and winner of the Whiting Award.
Read "Congratulations on Your Loss"
Response by human rights lawyer Nani Jansen Reventlow
"Congratulations on Your Loss" is part of Future Tense Fiction, a series from the Center for Science and the Imagination and Future Tense about how technology and science will change our lives. Look for a new story every month!

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