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Overview of the SESERV projects,motivation, objectives and how it will support the Future Internet Socio Economics community

Overview of the SESERV projects,motivation, objectives and how it will support the Future Internet Socio Economics community

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  • 1. SESERV
    Socio-Economic SERVices for European research projects
    20 April 2011
  • 2. Motivation
    those who study and
    those who build
    need to talk
    some people
    study the Internet
    Converged mobile, wired and wireless broadband networks
    stakeholder conflicts, digital economy
    shifting context, digital participation
    governance and regulation
    Internet-connected sensors, actuators, devices and objects
    Immersive and interactive media technologies
    Do social networks drive democracy?
    Clean-slate vs evolutionary architecture
    Should governments censor and filter digital content?
    some people
    build the Internet
    future networks, internet of services and clouds
    internet of things, networked and social media
    ICT for security, trust and dependability
    Where’s the value in the digital economy?
    How do we decide in a world where everything is tracked?
  • 3. Discovering new perspectives
    Future Internet Socio-Economic (FISE)
    Research Priorities
    Challenge
    1
    Clusters
    and
    Projects
    Future
    Internet
    Studies
    Understand the
    impact of Future
    Internet technology
    FI Project
    FI Study
    SESERV
    Multidisciplinary
    Discourse
    and
    Debate
    FI Project
    FI Study
    FI Project
    FI Study
    FI Project
    FI Study
    Discover new
    perspectives on
    Future Internet
    Research
    Future Internet Socio-Economics (FISE) Community
  • 4. Outcomes.....and caveats
    Priorities for Future Internet research building on perspectives from different domains
    social sciences, psychology, computer science, engineering, etc
    balanced viewpoint beyond just the technical view
    A multidisciplinary community of researchers working on Future Internet Socio-Economics
    Universal prescriptions are unlikely due to the complexity of individuals, society and the economy
    socio-economics has been studied for centuries
    issues won’t be “solved” by a simple set of rules
    Developing a richer awareness of the problems is the first step towards finding solutions
    discussion and debate will create innovative technical by-products
  • 5. What’s the
    likelihood of my
    technology being
    a success, even in the long-term?
    Tussle AnalysisHow economics can help design a better Internet
    Microeconomic Principles and Theories
    System Architecture
    Principles and Theories
    Tussle
    Patterns
    Who, what, where, when,
    why and how?
    How individuals
    and businesses behave
    How Future Internet
    systems behave
    Design for Tussle Principles
    (isolation, choice, openness, information exposure, policy separation)
    Supply & Demand
    Maximising Net Benefit
    Externalities
    Asymmetric Information
    Public Goods
    New
    Technology
    (FP7 Project Results)
    Contention
    (who is competing)
    Control
    (who has influence)
    Conformance to tussle
    design metrics
    Responsibility
    (who isobligated)
    Repurposing
    (who is doing the unexpected)
    common and simplified
    concepts at the point of discourse
    deeper meaning to
    economists
    deeper meaning to
    technologists
  • 6. Societal Trend AnalysisHow social science can help transform the potential of the Future Internet
    How can my technology transform the world?
    Social Science
    Principles and Theories
    System Architecture
    Principles and Theories
    Societal
    Trends
    How individuals and
    society behave
    How Future Internet
    systems behave
    Rationalization
    Networking and Social Capital
    Empowerment and participation
    Information and Lifelong learning
    Real-time interactive socially driven apps
    Combined real-world and digital processes
    Socially distributed, fixed and mobile content
    Personalised, localised, & adaptive, QoE and QoS
    globalisation
    growing social inequality
    rise of registration for control
    rejuvenation and growing instability
    increasing choice opportunities
    rise of participation in the media
    increasing mobility
    rise of populism
    network individualisation
    acceleration of societal processes
    deeper meaning to
    social scientists
    deeper meaning to
    technologists
    the Future Internet as
    a trend amplifier
  • 7. getinvolved@seserv.org
    Share.....Contribute....Collaborate
    Challenge 1
    Clusters
    and
    Projects
    Future
    Internet
    Studies
    SESERV Online
    FI Project
    FI Study
    Future Internet Assembly
    FI Project
    FI Study
    FI Project
    FI Study
    SESERV Workshops
    FI Project
    FI Study
    Project Liaison
  • 8. The Roadmap
    Year 1
    Year 2
    Sept10/Nov10
    Dec10/Feb11
    Jun12/Aug12
    Mar12/May12
    Dec11/Feb12
    Sept11/Nov11
    Jun11/Aug11
    Mar11/May11
    Community Engagement
    1st Round of
    Debates
    1st Write Up
    Community Engagement
    2nd Round of
    Debates
    2nd Write Up
    FIA Ghent
    FIA Budapest
    FIA Poznan
    FIA (TBC)
    2nd Workshop
    1st Workshop
    1st Socio-economic Reports
    2nd Socio-economic Reports
  • 9. More Information
    W: http://www.seserv.org
    E: getinvolved@seserv.org
    http://www.linkedin.com/groups?about=&gid=3870856
    http://www.twitter.com/seserv
    Get your socio-economic priorities on the FISE agenda
    http://limesurvey.oii.ox.ac.uk/index.php?sid=68914
    Technical Manager
    Michael Boniface
    IT Innovation Centre
    mjb@it-innovation.soton.ac.uk
    Project Coordinator
    Prof. Dr.BurkhardStiller
    University of Zurich
    stiller@ifi.uzh.ch