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Ankit Thesis Proposal

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  • 1. autonomy Ankit Shekhawat Masters in Interaction Design 2007 Master Thesis Domus Academy Project Leaders: Jozeph Forakis and Chiara Diana Project assistant : Katrin Svabo Bech In collaboration with [working title] Project Proposal
  • 2.  
  • 3. SEAMLESSNESS Joint-less Continuous Repetitious Ubiquitous Abstract
  • 4. Seamless systems need to continuously sync with our actions and behaviours
  • 5. Search engines try to be seamless by Attempting to understand our objectives
  • 6. Our conversation are scanned for key words for relevance
  • 7. Songdo, S. Korea’s upcoming U-city
  • 8. For the sake of seamlessness, systems need to get smarter And they do that by tracking our actions and behaviour
  • 9. Hence, seamless applications can have their tradeoffs
  • 10. Deception
  • 11.  
  • 12. Lucrative advantages Sharing and expressivity.
  • 13. Surveillance
  • 14. Fast forward >>
  • 15.
    • Soon there will have surveillance everywhere
  • 16.
    • And we will be aware about it.
    Surveillance will be a social norm.
  • 17.
    • And we shall adapt to the fact that our every action is being tracked .
  • 18.  
  • 19. Confrontation
  • 20. We need re-conceptualize “the private sphere”.
  • 21. How will we preserve and compromise our personal autonomy and sovereignty?
  • 22. Will we try to escape?
  • 23. Or we take it as a stage and act out our lives!
  • 24. #1
    • Explore the potential confrontations our society could have under a monitor.
  • 25. And If we accept it as a norm, will we have control over it?
  • 26. Will we have control over our visibility?
  • 27. Degree of control within our privacy spheres
  • 28. Can we control our connectivity status in both digital and physical realms
  • 29.  
  • 30. #2
    • Investigate ways of seamless degrees of control over our privacy and connectivity states.
  • 31. THANK YOU
  • 32.