“I open the app on my phone and scan the camera across the busy London street. Like in Pokémon Go, I’m looking at the scene in front of me through my phone, and bubbles are popping up in real-time.
But these aren’t Pikachu or Poké Balls – they’re single, attractive strangers who are using the same augmented reality app as I am. Their faces are circled on my screen as I pass them physically in the street.”
Source: BBC Technology Insights
Date: May 16th, 2018
1) What might be the ethical issue of using or deploying this sort of app?
2) How might you use this sort of technology more usefully than just for dating?