Through a Glass Darkly

TitleThrough a Glass Darkly
Publication TypeCase Study
Year of Publication2014
AuthorsConnolly, P, Althaus, RA, Brinkman, A, Jones, C, Skipper, RB
Corporate AuthorsAssociation for Practical and Professional Ethics,
Date Published01/2014
PublisherAssociation for Practical and Professional Ethics
Publication LanguageEnglish
KeywordsBIOLOGY , computer , COMPUTER science , emerging , Emerging Technologies , neuroscience , Privacy , Privacy and Surveillance , SCIENCE , software , software engineering
AbstractGoogle Glass is a new wearable technology that offers a voice-activated visual experience that allows wearers, inter alia, to take snapshots, share or record live videos, see GPS overlays, get answers to spoken questions, and perceive written translations words spoken by the wearer. In the not-too-distant future, technology that is now only wearable could become implantable. These technologies would mediate an enormous part of our life experience by controlling "all that we see and hear" in ways that could be enormously valuable and enormously disruptive.
Notes© Peggy Connolly, Ruth Ann Althaus, Anthony Brinkman, Robert Boyd Skipper 2013 Case from the 2014 Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl, Association for Practical and Professional Ethics http://appe.indiana.edu/ethics-bowl/ethics-bowl/
URLhttp://ethics.iit.edu/EEL/Through%20a%20glass.pdf
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