I saw this case on 48 hours, it seemed straight out of a CSI episode. A lot of smart devices we own track our movements. Sometimes we set them up to do this, other times we don’t even know they’re tracking us. These devices now end up helping law enforcement solve cases and to determine innocence or guilt.
In this case, a Fitbit device was used to exonerate one person and an Android phone using Google History was used to convict the real murderer. In a previous blog post last year, I posted a link to where a Fitbit was used to convict a man of his wife’s murder.
This is very interesting development which I’m sure we would somehow love to have working here in 🇹🇹.
As more and more areas gain internet access and with an exponential growth of IoT (Internet of Things) devices this is not a far fetched reality.
Read more as INC.com Contributing writer John Brandon explains why he is, “predicting that, by 2025, voicebots will become so prevalent, so powerful, and so useful in all areas of business and our personal lives that we won’t need smartphones anymore.”