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Designing for Adoption in IOT


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SICSA CyberNexus Workshop Series: Workshop on Cybersecurity and the Internet of Things

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Designing for Adoption in IOT

  1. 1. Designing for Adoption in the Internet of Things Prof Paul Coulton Chair of Speculative Design
  2. 2. Anticipating Adoption Technology Trigger Peak Of Inflated Expectation Trough Of Disillusionment Slope of Enlightenment Plateau Of Productivity Time LevelofExposure/Expectation Innovators Early Majority Late Majority Laggards Chasm Hype Cycle Chasm Emerging technologies Adoption Of Technologies Into Everyday Use
  3. 3. How are we doing in encouraging IoT Adoption? My Friend Cayla Visio Smart TV MIRAI Botnet IoT DDos
  4. 4. Does IoT have a human centre?
  5. 5. Does IoT have a human centre?
  6. 6. Perspective Matters 4 3
  7. 7. Are things the only things that matters? 75
  8. 8. IoT Constellations Business Model Algorithms Data Security Regulation Interoperability Standards 3rd Parties 75
  9. 9. Object Orientated Ontology 75 75
  10. 10. Speculating Futures HT James Auger Possible Futures Emerging Technology Design Fiction Vapour Worlds Pasts Design Fiction Vapourware in Vapourworlds Near Futures Far Futures Alternate Presents or Lost Futures Fantasy Prototypes Impossible Fantasy Technology Science Fiction Domestication
  11. 11. Design Fiction as World Building Design Fiction World entry points differing scales Design Fiction as Worldbuilding Coulton, Lindley, Sturdee, and Stead 2017
  12. 12. Smart Rhetorics
  13. 13. Constellation Rhetorics
  14. 14. IoT and GDPR
  15. 15. Designing IoT for GDPR
  16. 16. Designing IoT for GDPR
  17. 17. Questions 4 3Actually I’m an optical illusion