Two things irk me about this:

(1) The writer's commentary about face-to-face evaluation being worthless - the "I just want to be ranked on my RESULTS" refrain which, while I have deep sympathy for, misses the point that anything beyond monetary rewards (e.g. a promotion within the company) requires a demonstration of something beyond merely delivering results - e.g. are you the kind of person others can/want to work with, or who they trust?


(2) This kind of tech seems like it would be employed by just the kind of workplaces who need to AVOID it, who need to start having their managers engage in real, regular, honest face-to-face discussions about behaviour, rather than trying to gauge others' intent from body language and tone and simply judge them.