Thursday, 30 August 2007

Sensor rise powers life recorders

By Liz Seward Science reporter - BBC
A person's entire life from birth to death could one day be recorded by a network of intelligent sensors, according to a senior scientist.
By 2057, Martin Sadler of PC firm Hewlett Packard, said there could be at least 1m devices for every UK resident.
Predicted advances in storage and cameras coupled with decreasing costs would allow this explosion, he said.

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