More Retailers Are Using AI. What Does This Mean For Privacy?

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In this Thursday, Nov. 17, 2016, file photo, McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook demonstrates an order kiosk, with cashier Esmirna DeLeon, during a presentation at a McDonald's restaurant in New York's Tribeca neighborhood. Restaurant chains including McDonald’s and Olive Garden are rolling out options like ordering kiosks and tabletop tablets. Those changes may eventually reduce or change the nature of restaurant jobs, but stem more from the industry adapting to customer habits, and are likely regardless of wages. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, File) Associated Press
Labor Secretary-Robots
In this Thursday, Nov. 17, 2016, file photo, McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook demonstrates an order kiosk, with cashier Esmirna DeLeon, during a presentation at a McDonald's restaurant in New York's Tribeca neighborhood. Restaurant chains including McDonald’s and Olive Garden are rolling out options like ordering kiosks and tabletop tablets. Those changes may eventually reduce or change the nature of restaurant jobs, but stem more from the industry adapting to customer habits, and are likely regardless of wages. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, File) Associated Press

More Retailers Are Using AI. What Does This Mean For Privacy?

A new automated checkout system at Chicago’s Midway International Airport might create a seamless shopping experience for some travelers, but what does an increased reliance on artificial intelligence mean for jobs and privacy? Reset digs into those questions and more.

GUEST: Joseph Turow, media professor at University of Pennsylvania and author of Voice Catchers: How Marketers Listen In to Exploit Your Feelings, Your Privacy, and Your Wallet