Monday, 5 October 2015

Creativity, surveillance, stereotyping and more

A refreshing post on Huffington, well worth a read, and hopefully some argument (discussion)!

It begins:

In a world where many aspects of our daily lives are written or recorded and transmitted digitally, our raw thoughts and casual observations are increasingly open to scrutiny and vulnerable to interception.

 Our behaviour is frequently documented, whether it is by government agencies, corporate entities, news organizations, or fellow citizens.

 This means that every iteration of an evolving idea, off-hand comment, and emotional outburst could be recorded.

 Given how often we all misinterpret each other, especially in writing, the exponential increase in documented human behaviour is cause for concern.
Read on

(tags: corporations, creativity, stereotyping, surveillance)

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