Detoxing from bad data habits, it turns out, is an eight-step process.
Web users hoping to sober up can visit the Data Detox Bar at The Glass Room to brush up on privacy best-practices and leave a lesser imprint online.
File under strange bedfellows: churches and facial recognition technology.
But the two have found common ground in Churchix, the program that uses facial recognition software to measure congregation attendance. Its purpose: Help clergy glean…
There are apps for commuters. Apps for cyclists. Apps for coffee connoisseurs, apps for dieters, apps for philatelists.
Now, there’s an app for germs.
At The Glass Room, the “Disease Surveillance” installation offers a glimpse of Sickweather, the…
Countless petabytes of data produced online each day let researchers, marketers and governments build data sets of staggering variety and detail. They know who bought what. They know when it was bought. And they can infer why.