Prison » Google’s tiny ‘smart’ camera that spies on your every move

Daily Mail
March 2, 2018

Google this week released a tiny $250 (£180) camera dubbed ‘Clips’ designed to automatically take candid shots.

Clips sits in the corner of the room and uses AI to identify familiar faces and determine the best time to capture a seven second video.

Google say it designed Clips to be an effortless way to capture intimate moments.

But some commentators have questioned the true price of this trade-off of convenience with our privacy.

Always-on cameras such as Clips can be used to ‘superpower surveillance’ in the future, according to experts.

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This article was posted: Friday, March 2, 2018 at 8:25 am

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