While we’re all for freedom in multiple forms, there are still places where even angels fear to tread, and we’re talking about sensitive material that isn’t suitable for little ones. Intel hopes to usher in a new era of smart remote controls by working on a new user-identifying system which can be embedded into such remote controls. Once it familiarizes itself with particular users, this spanking new motion sensor-equipped channel flipper can recognize the holder simply through one’s usage patterns. Apart from that, its integrated accelerometer is smart enough to capture readings every 100 nanoseconds in order to build a data set of each individual user. There is no guarantee that it is anywhere near 100% accurate at the moment, but you can be sure advances will be made to ensure that happens sometime down the road. Oh yeah, did we mention? This smart TV remote is also able to tell how old you are and filter-out content based on show ratings.
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