Smart Devices Monitoring Us and Predicting Our Needs
Our smart phones can tell not only when they’re being used, but how you’re holding them, if you’re walking, how many steps you take a day and obviously know your phone call patterns and even your calendar. How far are we going?
Now, developers are looking at including biometrics and cameras to monitor us even more. This will let these devices provide us with what we need, when we need it — kind of like a butler of years past.
But, what does it mean to our privacy? Do we really want a machine that can be monitored by who-knows-who to keep track of every part of our lives?
For more, read Smart gadgets may one day anticipate our needs.
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