Swapping out a ‘c’ for a ‘k’ in words has often had connotations of oppression to English speakers, and I’m sure Amazon know this. Is someone malevolently winking at us?
“No! Not that lot! They are our reference standard!”
No mistake my friend. No mistake.
How about a mixture of fear, anger, and disgust? Because I think that’s what’s on my face right now.
Fake News! Software is 100% accurate, everyone is always guilty of something!
- Cardinal Richelieu (updated)
It sounds handy, huh? Unobtrusively scan, and get the name and a scraping of profiles to tell you his favorites and associations, so you can figure out where you know the person from.
But then you think, what does it say about you? And who gets the info? and how much info can you get if you pay in-app… damn, that escalated quick.
In a kinder world, I would say this is a positive thing–if I’ve got an android with AI assisting my grandmother in a nursing home, a key part of empathy is recognizing when someone is afraid and stepping back, re-assessing.
But the cynicism is deep, so deathly deep these days.
“I’m not the one feeling! He’s the one feeling!”
Give ‘em the ol’ razzle dazzle
I’m sure they and the good folks at freaking Palantir are hard at work developing the technology to notice if someone is…
It certainly is the facial recognition version of
If you give me six lines written by the hand of the most honest of men, I will find something in them which will hang him.
amazon has figured out they don’t need an irb oh shit
That mans facial hair has its own zip code!
But it’s not really 100% moustache, is it? I’d say it’s at least 90% sideburns.
That’s 100% moustache.
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