Christopher F. Chabris

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News about Google Glass is everywhere these days, and so are its critics.

Some charge it only with fashion crimes. Others worry about invasion of privacy: when out on a date with a Glass wearer, you won’t know if they are recording you — or Googling “seduction tips,” for that matter.

Nonetheless, most agree that a smartphone-linked display and camera placed in the corner of your vision is intriguing and potentially revolutionary — and like us, they want to try it. But Glass may inadvertently disrupt a crucial cognitive capacity, with potentially dangerous consequences.

In an impromptu TED talk and interview in March, Sergey Brin, one of Google’s founders, described a motivation for the new product.…  Seguir leyendo »