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A new feature of Google Maps tries to predict where you want to go. It's no longer needed to enter the location, Google already knows where you want to go and automatically starts the navigation
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Knowing where I want to go may not be as useful as knowing where I need to be, so can it beat the Dirk Gently Holistic Navigation method?
Also, this is proof that Google already knows waaaaay too much about us.
[QUOTE=DrageMester;2766564]Knowing where I want to go may not be as useful as knowing where I need to be, so can it beat the Dirk Gently Holistic Navigation method?
Also, this is proof that Google already knows waaaaay too much about us.[/QUOTE]
"… A few turnings later and I was thoroughly lost. There is a school of thought which says that you should consult a map on these occasions, but to such people I merely say, ‘Ha! What if you have no map to consult? What if you have a map but it’s of the Dordogne?’ My own strategy is to find a car, or the nearest equivalent, which looks as if it knows where it is going and follow it. I rarely end up where I was intending to go, but often I end up somewhere that I needed to be. So what do you say to that?"
"A robust response. I salute you."
It is a small step from knowing where you need to go to telling you where you will go. The sheeple keep multiplying.