I've always found talking to your devices, such as siri or google voice, to be kinda awkward in public. I think as the time passes on, this will become more of a norm for people. But I personally dodge having to talk to my device in public. I also think the fact that google glasses can sense your blinks is a neat feature. I remember reading a while back on how Microsoft is trying to implement eye tracking technology and being able to sense your blinks to navigate the metro apps. And there is a little typo at the very beginning, "some interesting tings to say," I think that should be things not tings...
>Schmidt said that Google is listening to criticisms along the way, "but criticisms are inevitably from people who are afraid of change or who have not figured out that there will be an adaption of society to it."
1. adoption or adaptation but not adaption (not a word)
2. I think Schmidt is dumb. The critics are talking about privacy concerns and rightly so. Those are issues that need to be addressed.
It's not as bad as a BlueTooth device stuck to the side of the head of a bald guy, but close.
Well i hate to do this to you but you 1 st point is invalid but if you watched it or read the original article you would see that this was just a typo by hothardware and that this article here http://www.xconomy.com/boston/2013/04/26/schmidt-google-glass-critics-afraid-of-change-society-will-adapt/ the one they are quoting actually has eric schmidt as saying adaptation and not this typo word that here adaption so he said it correctly. I kinda of made a very long but pointed argument in another post so ill try not to do it again. There are tons of devices that are way cheaper, readily available, and much much less inconspicuous(i.e baseball bats,hats,ties, belt buckles to name a few) so if someone is going to try to invade my privacy any devious person would not use such a device and plus its going to be too expensive for the average joe and honestly only those with a love of tech or new things with lots of money will purchase this so i doubt everyone in america is going to have one recording life all the time but hey everyone is entitled to there concerns regardless of how baseless they may be.
if google improve some feathers of Glass can sell meny of this
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