"FREAKING PRIVACY? HOW DOES IT WORK?" We dig into the privacy impacts of advancements in facial recognition software and how it has vast impacts on Global Commerce. PLUS: Brian has a huge announcement! Listen now!
Brian said "Sayonara" to Amazon. Now he's allowed to say Amazon.
Amazon! Amazon! Amazon!
If your health food and supplements from Whole Foods don't work, now you can get your pills from Amazon too.
This will likely play into whatever power move Berkshire Hathaway, Amazon, and JP Morgan Chase are working on in healthcare.
In the future, are pharmacists just glorified phone operators?
Will physical pharmacies pivot and use their pickup windows for other purposes?
What will move into your local Toys"R"Us?
What will happen to our other shuttered retail spaces as ecommerce expands.
How will digital native brands utilizing these vacant spaces?
Capital One Cafe
AKA How hard is trying to hard?
Don't want facial recognition used on you? Become a juggalo.
2018 is kinda like Enemy of the State with Will Smith and Gene Hackman
Except it's real life. All our favorite electronics may or may not be watching us and recording our every move.
Speaking of Insane Clown Posse...
Noveto is designing sound technology that beams sound directly to your ears, and your ears alone.
In the near future: You're walking through a store with no employees looking for an HDMI cable and you suddenly hear "Hi, can I help you find something?"
How much do the tech giants really know about me?
- Facebook and the likes have extensive "profiles" with tremendous amounts of data about their users. Facial recognition can bind this digital information with the real world.
California has passed its own digital privacy law, similar to GDPR.
This could have a large domino effect for internet retail.
In the future, we might see service companies dedicated to manage privacy adherence for companies.