Last week on the IoT Podcast, we discussed the news of Facebook ceasing the use of facial recognition across the photos its users upload. From our perspective, this was a big win for the Facebook user community. Why? Users had no control over … [Read more...]
Eye-gaze tracking on a smart display: The next smart home interface?
Earlier this week, Google introduced Look to Speak, an experimental Android app that brings input access for those who can’t speak or physically type. Look to Speak uses the camera of an Android phone to track the eye gaze of a user, allowing them to … [Read more...]