The SESERV Project: supporting the Future Internet Socio Economics Community


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The SESERV Project: supporting the Future Internet Socio Economics Community

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