Technology is allowing us to monitor our health and fitness like never before. Our smartphones can track every step we take. Dedicated monitors like the Fitbit analyze our movement and our diets, even our watches can now tell us if we’re spending too much time on the sofa.
But how would you feel if your boss insisted you wore a device that would allow your brain to be monitored?
It’s a question Professor Nita Farahany put to the World Economic Forum in Davos. Professor Farahany is a leading thinker on the ethical, legal and social implications of emerging technologies, weforum informs.