Facebook said it may develop eye-tracking software in evidence to US Congress.
The company said the tools are not being developed “right now” but it is “always exploring how new technologies and methods can improve our services.”
Facebook said tracking eye movement could “reduce consumer friction” and “add security.”
Facebook has said it may develop eye-tracking tools that will add a new layer to the way it monitors its 2.2 billion monthly users.
Facebook said it has explored the technology in a deluge of written answers to US Congress following CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s appearance in April over the Cambridge Analytica scandal. CNBC first spotted the disclosure in the 229-page document.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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