How Eye-Tracking Tech Could Change the Workplace
Big Brother’s coming to work. Glasses that track where you’re looking and whether you’re concentrating may be the next way your boss will monitor your productivity. While similar technology’s been used for research in the past, developers in Sweden say it could benefit the workplace too, tracking fatigue and focus over the course of a shift. Though training times at test companies have in some cases been reduced by as much as two-thirds, critics say the potential for employer abuse could lead to serious invasions of privacy.