Agrihoods, millennial TV, Samsung meets WeWork.

–Tokyo creative lab Party has created Digital Vegetables, an interactive greenhouse installation that emits light and music for each vegetable. Via Engadget.

–Saudi Arabia has granted citizenship to an advanced AI robot, raising important questions about the rights of robots and the meaning of “citizen.” Via Hyperallergic.

–Are agrihoods the new golf communities? Business Insider profiles the new communities built around working farms that are replacing the baby boomer favorite.

–A new report from VAB says advertising on TV—not Netflix or YouTube—is still the best way to reach millennials. Via Adweek.

–Samsung is teaming up with WeWork to open “care centers,” its answer to Apple’s Genius Bar. Via the Verge.

–”Tech companies are taking over the travel industry, just like everything else,” writes The Verge.

–Sephora’s latest campaign taps the chain’s actual employees for real-world diversity. Via Glamour.

–The conversation has “fully shifted from ‘if’ driverless cars will become the new normal to ‘when,'” writes Adweek. Are brands ready?

–Under Armour enters into subscription service with a clothing box curated by fitness experts. Via Business Insider.

–London-based illustrator Rob Flowers designed a series of edible posters that encourage children to experiment with food. Via Dezeen.

–Hunter Boots’ latest activation? A pop-up greenhouse in New York’s Grand Central Terminal that aims to recreate the Scottish Highlands. Via Campaign.

–Oxfam has tapped the works of Finnish author Tove Jansson to illustrate a new campaign about global female empowerment.  Via the Guardian.