Google Plans to Monitor Your Moods, Movement And More
Technology is looking to become very, very intrusive.
PJ Media is reporting on patents issued to Google that gives us a look at what Google has in store for us in the future. You think technology is intrusive today wait to you hear what they will be offering for your home in the future.
According to the patents they are developing smart-home products with cameras in every room that would be able to follow you and analyze pretty much everything you are doing throughout your home.
According to the PJ Media article:
They describe how the cameras can even recognize the image of a movie star’s image on a resident’s t-shirt, connect it to the person’s browsing history, and send the person an ad for a new movie the star is in.
One of the patents, patent $ 10,114,351, literally states:
According to embodiments of this disclosure, a smart-home environment may be provided with smart-device environment policies that use smart-devices to monitor activities within a smart-device environment, report on these activities, and/or provide smart-device control based upon these activities.
Hmmm report on these activities, report to whom?
The Atlantic magazine reports about an even more disturbing patent, they stated that:
A second patent proposes a smart-home system that would help run the household, using sensors and cameras to restrict kids’ behavior. Parents could program a device to note if it overhears 'foul language' from children, scan internet usage for mature or objectionable content, or use 'occupancy sensors' to determine if certain areas of the house are accessed while they’re gone— for example, the liquor cabinet. The system could be set to 'change a smart lighting system color to red and flash the lights' as a warning to children or even power off lights and devices if they’re grounded.
Would you like a system like this in your home?
Have heard of Skynet from the Terminator movie series?
Beware of the Google, by the way stop using Google and start using Duck Duck Go, they do not track everything you do and I have found their search engine much better.