(My comment: This too sounds weak to me. Isn’t this what the system has been doing for years?)
( My comment: This has been going on for 20 years; 70% of people now have home computers, and 80% of them use the Internet to search for health information.
I question whether "automated hovering" is the right way to improve the health of Americans.
"Hover," According to my dictionary, means: 1) to float in the air without moving from the same spot; 2) flying in one spot by rapidly beating the wings; 3) to wait near someone or something in expecting something to happen; 4) to be in an unstable condition; and 5) to stay about the same level, changing only slightly.
I do not find these definitions helpful.
Maybe, "automated brothering," as in Big Brother is watching you, or "automated mothering, " as practiced in Nanny states, would be more appropriate than "automated hovering."