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This is a confiscated smartwatch showing a student’s math data.  In Thailand, being brought up to be polite, tolerant, and respectful hasn’t prevented rampant cheating on university entrance exams, now aided by embedded cameras, smartwatches and all other manner of high tech gear.

Source: Toronto Star

Date: September 1st, 2016


1) How might you prevent the use of devices to cheat?

2) Are there other applications of “cheating” like this that might have a positive business impact?

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