A decade ago, it would have been difficult to imagine humans tracking their health and reading text messages through wristwatches, but fitness trackers and smartwatches have gone from science fiction to real life. Wearable technologies now go beyond the wrist to glasses that help blind people see, and headbands that read brainwaves. The Agenda discusses how these gadgets are changing how humans interact with the world around them.
Episode:
The Future of Wearables; Big Tech's Existential Threat
Aired:
Oct 16, 2017
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