Intel Labs is investigating technologies to protect people from privacy and security risks of everyday sensing systems. As advances in technology accelerate, context-aware sensing systems are increasingly being integrated into everyday life. Although the added benefit of context-aware systems is often clear (e.g., entertainment, home security, encouraging sustainable behaviors, etc.), Intel is focusing on helping people understand and control how their data is collected and used.In this Future Lab podcast, researchers discuss some of these tools as well as concepts that can help mitigate the unauthorized use of private information.
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