Meet the designer who makes high-tech nail art and fights facial recognition with flowers

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Technology designer Joselyn McDonald creates bus passes, thumb drives, and green screens on her fingernails. She also strategically applies makeup to combat facial recognition software. Based in North Carolina, McDonald is the co-founder of Blink Blink Creative Circuit Kits, which makes gender inclusive STEM education products, and previously served as creative technologist in residence at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Media Lab. Mashable talked to McDonald about her 3D-printed nails, anti-facial recognition workshops, and hopes for the future of the tech industry. Mashable: How did you come to focus on beauty and women's interests in your tech innovation work?

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