Posts Tagged ‘private’
  • Privacy concerns arise from Google Goggles facial recognition/stranger identifier search results…
    by Mike
    Posted December 14th, 2009 at 7:05 am
    Simply taking a picture of some object and using it to search for more relevant information doesn't seem that difficult until you actually think about the tools necessary to complete such a search. I mean, taking a picture of a simple can of beans (it's early and I'm hungry) means the phone/software has to properly determine what is text/images before actually searching for it so it knows what to search for. Second, the actual algorithms for the search software then have to somehow find the ex...
  • Med students Tweeting patient info?
    by Mike
    Posted September 29th, 2009 at 5:30 am
    If you honestly think about for a minute, the idea that some young med student wouldn't share an experience with some far out their patient whom calling "out in left field" would be an understatement is almost absurd. I mean, in the current time period, everything is becoming fair game for public discussion via social networking of some kind. So far, some markets such as the professional sports market have started imposing restrictions (ala NBA and NFL) on Twitter usage. However, this new d...
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