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Koessler's "Social Fingerprinting" Research ranks cooler than Google Glass


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“The collection of these probability density functions over some time period (in our case, one week) is exactly what Koessler identifies as a social fingerprint. Furthermore, she asserts that any one person can be identified by their social fingerprint. If this is true, interactions, made quantifiable by metrics resulting from your phone calls, texts, Facebook usage, Twitter usage, etc., map uniquely to individuals. You may have some skepticism and questions, so I took the liberty of providing some answers: …”