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From the fitness tracking Nike Fuelband to the head-mounted computer, Google Glass, wearable technology is turning our bodies into the new frontier of computing. In Computerised You, Shane Richmond considers how wearable technology could help us to lead healthier lives and make us more efficient, examines the threat to our privacy and the danger of addiction and looks to a From the fitness tracking Nike Fuelband to the head-mounted computer, Google Glass, wearable technology is turning our bodies into the new frontier of computing. In Computerised You, Shane Richmond considers how wearable technology could help us to lead healthier lives and make us more efficient, examines the threat to our privacy and the danger of addiction and looks to a future of computer-augmented clothing and brain implants that challenge our notions of what it means to be human. About the author Shane Richmond is a journalist with 15 years' experience. He led the Daily Telegraph's technology coverage for several years, interviewing major figures along the way, such as Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt and Apple designer Sir Jonathan Ive. His work has also appeared in T3, Stuff magazine and The Independent.


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From the fitness tracking Nike Fuelband to the head-mounted computer, Google Glass, wearable technology is turning our bodies into the new frontier of computing. In Computerised You, Shane Richmond considers how wearable technology could help us to lead healthier lives and make us more efficient, examines the threat to our privacy and the danger of addiction and looks to a From the fitness tracking Nike Fuelband to the head-mounted computer, Google Glass, wearable technology is turning our bodies into the new frontier of computing. In Computerised You, Shane Richmond considers how wearable technology could help us to lead healthier lives and make us more efficient, examines the threat to our privacy and the danger of addiction and looks to a future of computer-augmented clothing and brain implants that challenge our notions of what it means to be human. About the author Shane Richmond is a journalist with 15 years' experience. He led the Daily Telegraph's technology coverage for several years, interviewing major figures along the way, such as Google executive chairman Eric Schmidt and Apple designer Sir Jonathan Ive. His work has also appeared in T3, Stuff magazine and The Independent.

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    Abe Smith

    Lots of speculation with little useful information. The only useful piece of information in here is that Google has developed Google Glass. The author just rambles on about speculative issues without having any real deep knowledge about the subject. I try to avoid people who want to write about AI but have no education in computer science or any technology degree. How can you even have an opinion about technology is you have zero education in the subject.

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