Amazon’s indoor camera drone is ready to fly around your house
Next up: cameras. Amazon's crazy indoor, flying drone camera—the ambiguously named "Ring Always Home Cam"—is actually for sale now in the US. This was announced a full year ago, but now it's available "exclusively by invitation" for $249.99. This is a "Day 1 Edition" (read: a beta product). So Amazon isn't letting just anyone buy it. You can request an invitation to give Amazon money on the product page.
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While the Ring Doorbell only records outside, in many cases it does have your driveway in its recordings whuch means it can tell when you are leaving/returning too your house. Every little piece of surveillance adds to a better profile on you.
As for the Amazon Warehouse worker being told what to do by a machine, that job only lasts until it becomes cheaper for the machine to do it without the human.
Jobs like that should be automated, the problem is that we haven't done anything to ensure that those displaced by technological advance will still have a decent lifestyle afterwards.