Sunday, 1 June 2014

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY


Image via Wired.


Camille Francois in Wired contends that self-driving cars will turn surveillance woes into a mainstream worry. "In the aftermath of the NSA spying revelations, our society is struggling to equip itself with the laws and public understanding necessary to deal with the spread of technology into every corner of our lives.
Self-driving cars are one place we can start to get it right. They provide yet another example of the challenges to autonomy and freedom brought by technology, and have the potential to bring the debate home for people who don’t feel as concerned by privacy issues related to email and laptops." Read full article in Wired. E.T.P. 7'

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