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LogicMark, Inc. provides personal emergency response systems (PERS), health communications devices, and Internet of Things (IoT) technology that creates a connected care platform. The Company builds technology to check, manage and monitor a loved ones health and safety remotely. Its PERS is a medical alert or medical alarm system, which is designed to indicate the presence of a threat that requires immediate attention and then immediately contacts a trusted family member and the emergency medical workforce. Its PERS devices incorporate two-way voice communication technology for remote monitoring. PERS transmits signals to an alarm monitoring medical team, which then departs for the location where the alarm was activated. Its PERS products include GUARDIAN ALERT 911 PLUS, FREEDOM ALERT, GUARDIAN ALERT 911, CONNECTED GUARDIAN and LifeSentry. Its PERS technologies are sold through dealers and distributors, as well as through the United States Veterans Health Administration (the VHA).

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Marissa Mayer wants to know: 'Why is the web getting worse?'

8:02 am ET November 18, 2022 (MarketWatch)

By Jon Swartz

Former Google search chief Marissa Mayer has concerns about her former employer and the internet in general.

"I do think the quality of the internet has taken a hit," Mayer, the former Yahoo chief executive and longtime Google (GOOGL) exec who co-founded app maker Sunshine Contacts, said during this week's episode of Freakonomics Radio, which posits, "Is Google Getting Worse?"

"When you see the quality of your search results go down, it's natural to blame Google and be like, 'Why are they worse?' she added. "To me, the more interesting and sophisticated thought is if you say, 'Wait, but Google's just a window onto the web. The real question is, why is the web getting worse?"

Mayer, along with Google's current vice president of search, Liz Reid, discussed why Google now answers many searched questions in-platform rather than pointing people towards other websites -- a move some call anticompetitive.

"(M)y sense is that recent uptick in the number of inline results is because they are concerned about some of the low-quality experiences out on the web," Mayer said. "I think that the problem is really hard. You might not like the way that Google's solving it at the moment, but given how the web is changing and evolving, I'm not sure that the old approach, if reapplied, would do as well as you'd like it to."

"I think because there's a lot of economic incentive for misinformation, for clicks, for purchases," Mayer said. "There's a lot more fraud on the web today than there was 20 years ago."

Now read this: Venture capital investors see an 'R' word coming for tech -- and it isn't just recession

-Jon Swartz


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