I have started feeling that technology has gone too far.
There’s honestly no such thing as solitude or having privacy any longer these mornings, because you are consistently connected to every single person you know… And also people you don’t know. If you are anything adore me, you are absolutely getting more and more uncomfortable with the system that more than 2 companies are monitoring your activities in real time. Thanks to our smartphones, smart cars, & even our smart temperature controls, more substantial companies can keep tabs on their buyers like nothing ever before. This honestly started to bother me the other day when I realized our smart telephone is talking to our smart temperature control properly. The smart temperature control application is uploading information directly to our insurance business. My insurance supplier utilizes the indoor air quality information to determine our yearly premiums, based on our assumed respiratory health, our activity levels, & immune plan strength. Why on earth does the insurance supplier use our home HVAC information? Apparently, your central heating & cooling plan health can be correlated to a person’s physical health. If your smart temperature control is indicating that you are consistently in your home, using advanced indoor air temperature control, It signifies that you lead a very sedentary lifestyle. If your smart temperature control has not detected an air filter replacement or air duct cleaning in several years, they assume you are at increased risk of respiratory illness. Lastly, if you are consistently decreasing the indoor air temperature control settings or modifying the indoor air quality in ways that don’t agree with HVAC algorithms, our insurance supplier considers it a strong indicator of underlying health conditions… Unfortunately, I didn’t know any of our HVAC activity would matter when I agreed to their personal monitoring system. When I tried to explain that our several year outdated honestly loves to mess around with the shiny smart temperature control, our insurance supplier wasn’t interested in reverting to our old premiums.