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Microsoft's software to tell your boss if you are productive

Microsoft is in the process of developing a controversial software that may help employers to monitor the productivity, competence and physical well-being of employees while sitting at a distance.

The system would allow managers to monitor employees' performance by measuring their heart rate, body temperature, movement, facial expression and blood pressure. Microsoft has already submitted a patent application in the US for this “unique monitoring system”.

To be precise on the patent.."This particular patent application, in general, describes an innovation aimed at improving activity-monitoring systems and uses the monitoring of user heart rate as an example of the kind of physical state that could be monitored to detect when users need assistance with their activities, and to offer assistance by putting them in touch with other users who may be able to help" said Horacio Gutierrez, Microsoft's vice president of intellectual property and licensing.

Source : Timesonline UK

1 comment

rambhai said...

microsft should develop one more software that tells when a gal wants to hav sex~~that would be really productive for us guys~~