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Injectable arphid will let satellites track you world-wide (and maybe kill you) | Blog | Futurismic

Injectable arphid will let satellites track you world-wide (and maybe kill you) | Blog | Futurismic | Self Memory Nostalgia | Scoop.it

Causing a bit of a stir over in Germany is a patent filed by a Saudi Arabian gentlemen fora form of subcutaneous RFID chip which would allow remote global tracking of the person into whom it was injected.

 

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The patent application – entitled “Implantation of electronic chips in the human body for the purposes of determining its geographical location” – was filed on October 30, 2007, but was only published until last week, or 18 months after submission as required by German law, she said.

“In recent times the number of people sought by security forces has increased,” the Jeddah-based inventor wrote in his summary.

The tiny electronic device [...] would be suited for tracking fugitives from justice, terrorists, illegal immigrants, criminals, political opponents, defectors, domestic help, and Saudi Arabians who don’t return home from pilgrimages.

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Lifelogging – sousveillance using SenseCams pdf

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OU on the BBC: James May's Big Ideas - Man-Machine - OpenLearn - Open University

OU on the BBC: James May's Big Ideas - Man-Machine - OpenLearn - Open University | Self Memory Nostalgia | Scoop.it
James explores the world of cyborgs, robots and robotics, and looks to a new dawn in machine evolution in Man-machine.
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reQall: The Context-Aware Intelligent Assistant Experience

reQall: The Context-Aware Intelligent Assistant Experience | Self Memory Nostalgia | Scoop.it

Imagine your phone being your intelligent assistant that will give you your next move based on where you are and what you’re currently doing. ReQall is doing just that with their technology and is not just limited to your phone but to any network, application, or service on any device.

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Memex Summit (Digital Memories Workshop) - SenseCam Work at Dublin City University

Memex Summit (Digital Memories Workshop) - SenseCam Work at Dublin City University | Self Memory Nostalgia | Scoop.it

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CES 2013: Vuzix Smart Glasses - M100

CES 2013: Vuzix Smart Glasses - M100 | Self Memory Nostalgia | Scoop.it

Vuzix smart glasses M100 is the world's first enhanced "Hands Free" smartphone display and communications system for on-the-go data access from your Smartphone and the Internet. Running applications under the Android operating system; text, video, email, mapping, audio and all we have come to expect from smartphones is available through this wireless personal information display system.

SDK available for Developers

No retail price at the moment.


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www.memorylane.nu

www.memorylane.nu | Self Memory Nostalgia | Scoop.it
The MemoryLane mobile solution captures the life of persons with mild dementia. The life is automatically recorded as images, audio and possibly video, and is organised along time, place, person and object dimensions.
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The MemoryLane mobile solution captures the life of persons with mild dementia.

The life is automatically recorded as images, audio and possibly video, and is organised along time, place, person and object dimensions. Each day is automatically divided into activities.

At the end of each day, the person with dementia and the carer (relative) reviews the activities of that day, and adds information about names of persons, places and objects etc. This caring activity also helps the person with dementia to build episodic memories of the day.

The person with dementia can navigate the past and future life using a mobile device, and can even ask for advice on what is the normal activity in that situation.

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