Lifelogging technologies will ensure that every moment of existence is recorded

Jamais Cascio : Author
. New systems to record the life histories of objects and users will enhance observations, recall, and communication. One example is a Georgia Institute of Technology "smart home," which watches you cook so you don't miss a step, monitors your prescription drugs for you, and alerts your loved ones and medical professionals if you have an accident. Young people will get used to being constantly on display in what might be called the participatory panopticon

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