Museum Explores the Morals, Threats and Benefits of Track-and-Trace

By Claire Swedberg

Artificial intelligence, machine learning, data scraping and IoT technologies interact with guests at Michigan State University Museum's latest exhibit.

How comfortable and knowledgeable the public is regarding Internet of Things (IoT) and other technologies that track and trace the movements of people and their belongings is being examined at the  Michigan State University Museum (MSU). The museum's "Tracked & Traced" exhibition was launched on Sept. 10, 2021. A total of 18 exhibits from national and international artists, scientists and researchers focus primarily on how technology is used to ...

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