Summary of INTERNET DE LAS COSAS - Documental Capitulo 1

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The video discusses the implications of the internet of things, with a focus on how personal data is collected and used without individuals' knowledge. It discusses how this data can be used to target ads and sell products, and how Barbie uses the internet to talk to children.

  • 00:00:00 Internet of Things refers to the growing trend of interconnected devices that are able to sense and respond to their surroundings. This videodoc follows the story of Alex Albrecht, the man who invented the mouse and helped develop the internet of things. Albrecht's invention has had both positive and negative implications, with humans now relying on devices that are often controlled by AI without knowing it.
  • 00:05:00 In the 1800s, inventor and businessman, Steve Jobs, created the first computer that was handheld, and which used a vertical screen. In 2007, the iPhone was released, and ushered in the age of the smartphone. Today, smartphones are commonplace and play a vital role in our lives, connecting us to the world around us. In Silicon Valley, the birthplace of the smartphone, smartphones are accompanied by a retail store that sells digital products, as well as a "beta" store that sells toys and adult products.
  • 00:10:00 The video discusses how technology such as cameras and sensors can be used in retail to help identify customers and focus sales efforts. It discusses how, in some cases, customers' information (such as their age and sex) is automatically gathered by the technology and shared anonymously unless they choose to share this information. However, this type of tracking began with online retailers long before it became commonplace in traditional stores. A man named Tully invented the cookie, which is a small file that is stored on a customer's computer and is used to help websites remember the customer's past visits. This technology is used by online retailers to track customers' activity and interests.
  • 00:15:00 The video discusses how, through the use of internet technologies, individuals' personal data can be collected and used in ways they may not be aware of. For example, Google knows a lot about individuals through its use of advertising, which is based on the intention of the user. It is estimated that, in the past, almost everyone agreed that this type of data collection by Google was crazy, but now it is a common practice. The video also discusses how Barbie, a talking doll, can access a person's Wi-Fi and use that information to talk to them.
  • 00:20:00 In this video, Barbie interviews a 8-year-old girl about her dreams and interests, and then Barbie takes the girl on a tour of the internet, showing her how to use various online tools. The girl says she wants to be a scientist because she likes the idea of discovering new things. Barbie says she can see why that might be appealing to someone, and then they discuss gravity. Barbie tells the girl that she once fell down a lot and that gravity may have been responsible. The girl seems to be interested in learning more, and so Barbie continues their discussion in the next video.

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