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What are you looking at? How eye-tracking became tech’s new gold rush

5 mins | Jun 27, 2019
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"The implications of eye tracking make the objections to facial recognition look almost trivial." The technology of eye-tracking, promising new world capabilities of medical diagnostics and emotion tracking, could be available by 2020. But behind the potential lies darker concerns, Tim Bradshaw, writing in the Financial Times investigates.
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