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    Carnegie Mellon University ==> Do you watch "Person...
    blog entry posted October 28, 2012 by Richard E Lillie, last edited November 14, 2012, tagged teaching, technology 
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    Carnegie Mellon University ==> Do you watch "Person of Interest" on TV?
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    Each morning, I check Techmeme.com, a web page focusing on technology news to learn about latest happenings in the tech world.  This morning, I read an article about a team at Carnegie Mellon University developing computerized survelliance software capable of "eventually predicting" what you're going to do.  Wow!  This could be the solution I've been searching for to help resolve cheating in traditional and online classes.

    I'm already familiar with what computerized survelliance software might do.  My favorite TV show is Person of Interest (CBS).  SyFy often imagines what happens later in the research lab.

    Click the image below to access the article by Declan McCullagh/CNET.  It offers insight into what could be the future.

    Enjoy.

    Rick Lillie (CSU, San Bernardino)