About a month ago, Google announced a groundbreaking technology that it hopes will revolutionize the way humans interact with computers.
Most people, when thinking about technology, conjure up the idea of a smartphone, the internet, self-driving cars, or maybe even popular types of artificial intelligence such as Apple’s Siri or Google Home.
We live in a data-driven world. From our shopping habits and online reading to where we drive and our political leanings, data is being collected on us all the time, and many of us are just starting to realize that truth.
George Jetson and his family lived in a future with flying cars, a household robot, and other high-tech luxuries.