Ease of Voice Recognition Technology Brings Great Risks
“Voice recognition technology is actually quite advanced and capable of a lot of privacy violations that people might not even think of,” said Brian Green, director of technology ethics at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University in California.
“It is unethical to use the complex language of license agreements in order to surreptitiously collect huge volumes of very personal data,” Santa Clara’s Green told Digital Privacy News. “This data can then be used to attempt to manipulate people, whether commercially, politically or otherwise.”
Brian Green, director of Technology Ethics, quoted on Digital Privacy News.
Jun 9, 2020