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    https://9to5mac.com/2024/02/12/ai-monitoring-employee-comms/

    One AI model claims to be able to analyze the content and sentiment of both text and images posted by employees, reports CNBC.

    Chevron, Delta, Starbucks, T-Mobile, and Walmart are just some of the companies said to be using these systems. Aware says it has analysed more than 20 billion interactions across more than three million employees…

    “A lot of this becomes thought crime.” She added, “This is treating people like inventory in a way I’ve not seen” […]

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      How dare you look under the veil of the almighty OZ!

      Unfortunately, we are well past 1984 — we are more living in the dsytopia times of 3968.

       

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