Analytics for everything? The AI that learns our habits and knows when people cheat https://t.co/Th9l8f1Gz1 #mscedc

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  1. While there may be some benefits to our online security that come from this type of technology, overall, it is yet another example of enhanced analytics tracking, recording and profiling even more portions of our lives. To my mind, the question of the ethical repercussions of such action will be going on for some time and is not the real issue. The major problem I have is the laissez faire attitude of consumers and future users of digital services who wont mind a jot that this goes on. In fact many will actively encourage it and rejoice in its ability. Im probably at risk of being cast as a Luddite but the risk of this data being used for manipulation and subtle, unconscious coercion is not beyond doubt and mostly I dont trust human greed and the need for power to stay away from abusing it.

  2. Myles, this reminds me of ‘Plurality’, on the Film Festival. Thank you for highlighting it, and helping me draw the connection.

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