Cute robots, smart underwear, and facial recognition in church: Have we gone too far?

"In the near future, robots might be able to manipulate our emotions, everyone will be rated on everything, and we won’t be able to trust our own eyes, Woodrow Hartzog said.

“I promise I will end on a positive note,” the Northeastern professor said Thursday, eliciting chuckles from a roomful of people gathered at the university’s Charlotte campus to hear him discuss online privacy.

Hartzog, who specializes in privacy, data protection, robotics, and automated technologies, shared his insights on scoring systems, the internet of things, and police body cameras."