robot arm, electronics, fitness-tracker, smartphone, software, social-media-account
A robot arm is programmed in a way to move a fitness wristband to simulate jogging. The data will be sent to a smartphone. Other data (pulse and heart rate) are generated by a pulse generator (tens) and artificial skin. This is how a living athlete is simulated with a pulse. They are fed into the ´big data´ using a Google account and associated social media accounts. A system is created in which a robot can influence the statistics on human behaviour. Since the robot can theoretically jog forever, a series of data resemble absurdity: life expectancy, daily walking distance and stability of the heart rate under load. All these aspects are of interest for our health insurance companies. The gathering of metadata becomes uninteresting because the actual data has nothing to do with (human) reality anymore.