Amazon recently won patents for wristbands that could be used as part of an inventory system, communicating with equipment in warehouses and nudging employees via vibrations if, for example, they were about to place items in the wrong bins. But in a world where the legal limits on gathering and using people’s data remain largely undefined, use of such devices could quickly turn nefarious, some experts say.
Source: Chicago Tribune
Date: February 28th, 2019
1) What sorts of other uses could this technology be put to other than tracking the people who work in the warehouses at Amazon?
2) Is this really an invasion of privacy or more an attempt by Amazon to improve workplace safety and efficiency?