For the first time, Google is opening up the sale of its controversial Google Glass to the general public. The device resembles a pair of eyeglasses, and lets users surf the Internet and take photos and videos. As invasive technologies become more common, critics are raising privacy and safety concerns. How will an increased use of surreptitious technology shape our day-to-day lives and ethics?
Balancing Life and Privacy in the Era of Google Glass
Mat Honan, senior writer at WIRED
Thad Starner, professor of computing, Georgia Institute of Technology
Robert Gehl, assistant professor of communication, University of Utah