Links: Weeks 38+39

Your next chance for an in-person experience: Thingclash will be running a workshop at Thingscon, in Amsterdam on 4 December, 2015: Thingscon NL 2015

“Does your lifestyle prevent you from qualifying for insurance discounts? Do you lack sufficient time for exercise or have limited access to sports facilities? Maybe you just want to keep your personal data private without having to pay higher insurance premiums for the privilege??”


This from Unfitbits, which wants to solve your health insurance discount woes. 

Personally, we're looking forward to a fridge hacking BofA: The Headline I Fear is 100,000 Fridges Hack Bank of America 

Everyone seems to think someone else will worry about the details: Who will step up to secure the Internet of Things?
 

Actually, it's about ethics in human innovation in AI: The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence
 

Ethics of human innovation again: When the IoT is designed to lie.

An interesting discussion of UX in design for the IoT: Understanding the Experience Design of Consumer IoT Products

And, speaking of UX, maybe it’s better if you don’t refer to “our body” when pitching the Looncup: The world’s first SMART menstrual cup.