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Amazon patents bracelets that can monitor the hands of a warehouse worker

Amazon this week has been issued two patents for a bracelet that can track the movements of a warehouse worker's hands in real time. First shared by GeekWire on Tuesday, the patents describe an inventory management system that would sync up with ultrasonic bracelets in order to gauge where a worker's hands are relative to inventory bins. And as creepy as it may sound, Amazon seems to think that it could be an effective time-saving measure.
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