Brain Busy? Software Screens Out Low-Priority Emails

Brain Busy? Software Screens Out Low-Priority Emails

Phylter controls incoming notifications based on physiological sensing

Cayla Mihalovich
  • 19 august 2015

With the accelerating emergence of wearable technology, users can expect the timely delivery of relevant information. However, with no way to filter and prioritize the incoming rush, the risk runs high of being overloaded and distracted by all relevant notifications.

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