..... even if you don't.
Far Out can react to changes in jobs, relationships and moving house The results are 'highly accurate' and can plot locations to the date
Where do you see yourself in five years time? It's a common interview question designed to learn about a person's ambitions, and thanks to new technology you could soon be able to give a precise answer to this question.
Researchers from Microsoft and Google can predict where a person will be years from now using a new computer software called Far Out.The programme tracks a person using a GPS device and learns their routine.
It then uses this information to accurately guess their future locations and will adapts its predictions even if someone changes their job, relationship or moves house.
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