Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Nowhere To Hide

A team of researchers from MIT have developed and tested a technology called RF-Pose, which uses artificial intelligence to track and identify the postures and movements of individuals through solid walls. 

By analyzing radio signals which are bounced off people’s bodies, the technology can create stick figure interpretations of the subject with an accuracy of about 83%. 

The developers say that RF-Pose could be used by healthcare practitioners to monitor diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, and Parkinson’s. However, the technology has been a call to concern for privacy advocates.

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In my view, anyone who thinks this is being developed to aid "healthcare practitioners" is an idiot.

This is a government surveillance tool, plain and simple

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