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The Forgotten Risk of Fitness Trackers

Fitbit launched a new personal fitness tracker for employees and members of health care plans—what are the downsides?

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FFitbit recently launched a new personal fitness tracker that you won’t find in any store. The Fitbit Inspire is aimed at the corporate market—companies that want to help their workers maintain a healthy…




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Andrew Maynard

Andrew Maynard

Scientist, futurist & Professor of Global Futures at ASU. Author of Future Rising and Films from the Future. Writing about tech, society, & the future

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