AI And Us! For Better Or Worse Smart Devices Have More Access To Our Information Than Ever.
Whether it’s in the name of public safety, fraud protection or simple convenience, we’re feeding AI systems details that identify us and track our comings and goings. Smart devices now have a greater range of access to our information. Fingerprint readers have become a part of our lives very much, with this tech being used in our smartphones, tablets, and laptops. Voice assistants like the Google Assistant and Alexa now have the ability to recognize individuals and offer customized service.
For this to work, you’ll need to train these systems. And that means providing them with numerous voice samples. The audio snippets then find their way to remote servers for comparison, identification, fast retrieval and storage.
Iris-scanning technology is also fast making its way into everyday life. The scanner uses low-energy infrared light and scans the iris and notes the features. Samsung offers its customers four ways of unlocking their devices — iris scanning, fingerprint scanning, facial recognition, and Intelligent Scan. Heart rate monitors can now take ECG or EKG readings, allowing you to monitor your health easily. Just like fingerprints, each person’s EKG reading is different as well and it could be potentially be used for biometric authentication as well.
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