m. schraefel, Richard Gomer, Alper Alan, Enrico Gerding, Carsten Maple
Remember the scene in Minority Report where Tom Cruise's character walks through a mall and is met with a barrage of ads? Somehow the stores have his data and can deliver customized ads that today's social media campaigns can only dream of. We find the bombardment hideous. This is the predicted future of the smart home, city, and vehicle—or rather, the dystopian view. There is an alternative. Imagine walking through these same areas without the ads because, like the entourage of a celebrity, you have agents working on your behalf to fend them off, while making sure your mom—or…
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