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Amazon just patented some creepy “Black Mirror”-esque tracking wristbands

Amazon has been granted patents for wristbands that would allow for “ultrasonic tracking of a worker’s hands” to monitor performance using “haptic feedback,” which sounds like something straight out of Black Mirror.  The new patents, first spotted by GeekWire, are ostensibly for wristbands that Amazon employees would wear, which work in conjunction with ultrasonic devices strategically placed around … Continue reading “Amazon just patented some creepy “Black Mirror”-esque tracking wristbands” Amazon has been granted patents for wristbands that would allow for “ultrasonic tracking of a worker’s hands” to monitor performance using “haptic feedback,” which sounds like something straight out of Black Mirror.
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