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The result is an algorithm that can recognise two mental states: ‘shopping-like’ or ‘death-like’.
Then he wore the machine while sleeping and let it connect to his computer to make purchases for him while he dreamt.
Clip your Fitbit to a metronome, a drill, a bicycle wheel or a pendulum and generate valuable fitness data without lifting a finger.
How can we make ourselves useful and get paid for it in a job market where humans are rapidly being replaced by technology?
Each phone within range is given a unique vocal chant to identify its information, and its volume increases with your signal strength.
The whispers coming from within The Listener reveal the names of wifi networks you or others around you may have recently joined at home, at work or at a cafe.
What is personal data in an age where data is everything but personal?
Wesley Goatley’s The Listener turns each of these invisible digital conversations, including those from your own phone, into sounds played in the headphones.
And, unlike the current systems, it will help you to get paid for that profitable labour. This project is produced as part of the Summer Sessions Network for Talent Development in a co-production of Master in Technology and Aesthetics of Electronic Arts – National University of Tres de Febrero and V2_ Lab for the Unstable Media, with support of the Creative Industries Fund NL.
Imagine an online shopping service that sends products to your home before you’ve even thought about ordering them.
From June 2010 to April 2011 anyone with an i Phone unknowingly had their locations mapped and saved in Apple’s databases, and it’s still not clear what’s become of all those dropped pins and destinations.
Bridle’s publication is a reminder of the permanent memories the devices around us contain and how much information can be extrapolated from them. The information your Fitbit collects about you is not only valuable to you alone.