This article in the Guardian describes the fantastic new service, Computer Assisted Hunting, which allows the customer – aka the hunter – to rove the wilds of Texas murdering animals in real time from the comfort of their home. This is a rather horrific reminder that anticipating customer demand and meeting it with advances in new technology does not always make for a better world.
The technology, though is neutral, supporting with equal facility remote chicken stroking.
“This is the first human-poultry interaction system ever developed,” claim the developers – and who are we to disagree with them?
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