Can Context-Aware Devices Change Our Behavior?

Can Context-Aware Devices Change Our Behavior?
technology

Designer Steffen Fiedler explores our relationship with the smart devices of the future.

Naresh Kumar
  • 29 september 2010

Will devices of the future be able to guess what their users are doing at that moment? London-based designer Steffen Fiedler’s Instruments of Politeness explores our relationship with the context-aware gadgets of the future that would be able to predict our current activity via in-built sensors and probably make us more honest while talking to someone on the phone.

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