More and more our devices know where we go, what we do, who we’re seeing, our friends and family. Machine learning helps big companies scale their understanding of us but we’re only beginning to ask the question, how much do we want companies and nation states knowing about us? What’s too much? What are they doing with that data when we hastily click a 100 page agreement we never read and couldn’t understand if we did read it? In the coming age of AI, privacy and AI ethics will get even more deeply interlinked and intertwined. To see how much, engineers and reporters in this article from the Washington Post tear apart a Chevy to find out what it knows about us.
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