QT drewharwell: New: I talked with 27 attorneys whose work from home is monitored by facial recognition software that analyzes their identity and productivity for 8-10 hours a day. They feel like "robots," "gargoyles" and "criminals" and worry the rest of us might be next

@neil In the early 2000s, my father walked away from his job when the company started putting GPS trackers in the company cars to monitor them. Now everybody does that.
Should we just let that in 20 years, every company use facial recognition to monitor the "productivity" of their employees?

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