posted on Jul, 31 2013 @ 11:27 AM
So you thought watching your browsing habits to sell you crap of the internet was bad, now they plan to do it in the streets.
BBC News link
You are walking down the street and the advertisement window scans your face, decides what category you fall into and then displays an inviting advert
to draw you into a product.
At what point is this general public analyzing too much?
I like to think i make up my own mind, but its getting less and less used - we are heading to ward the classic "dumb robo human" of the future,
being told what to eat, drink, what to buy to sleep on or in, even change our perception of what a "good deal is" and what to be worried about.
Once upon a time you could ware a balaclava because you were cold, not any more
shame is it. Ive just about had enough, what religion is it that
you can cover your face up in public and not be arrested? Starting to sound good just for that!
What do you think? when is it just down right intrusive of an effort to sell you stuff?