via googlez translate:
One of the research it conducts on SICS is to test the limits of how we feel about our, and our related parties, health conditions are identified and linked to an employer's computer system.
- This app we call Ill-Book can collect data from a variety of data sources - whom you talked to in recent days, if your child had symptoms of illness, which of your colleagues who have had the disease symptoms. The app can also use body sensors if you connect them. With enough data, it is possible to predict if you or a colleague will be sick tomorrow.
To know if a colleague is going to be sick the next day can prevent the unnecessary spread of infection, but the idea with the app "Ill-Book" is also to connect the app to the company's personnel system.
Meetings at work can be canceled automatically
- The company's computer system can then, for example, automatically cancel meetings and plan of operations, says Daniel Gillblad,
But Ill-Book app is not downloadable, but is currently only one way for researchers to test how users perceive that monitoring. Maybe it's over the limit on how much we want to compromise on integrity, says Daniel Gillblad.
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