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Putting Things to Work: Social and Policy Challenges for the Internet of Things

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Talk based on William H. Dutton (2014), ‘Putting things to work: social and policy: challenges for the Internet of things’, Info, VOL. 16 NO. 3, pp. 1-21. [http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?articleid=17108501&show=abstract]

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Putting Things to Work: Social and Policy Challenges for the Internet of Things

  1. 1. Putting Things to Work: Social and Policy Challenges for the Internet of Things Bill Dutton Balliol College & Oxford Internet Institute University of Oxford Presentation for the Internet of Things Meetup, Culham Science Centre, Culham, Abingdon, UK, 9 July 2014.
  2. 2. Talk drawing from: • William H. Dutton (2014), ‘Putting things to work: social and policy: challenges for the Internet of things’, Info, VOL. 16 NO. 3, pp. 1-21. [http://www.emeraldinsight.com/journals.htm?articleid=1 7108501&show=abstract] • Dutton, B., with Capra, L., Ciaraldi, M., Evans, D.F., Furness, A., Graham, I., Jirotka, M., Kupai, A., Maguire, M., Matthews, N., Mowbray, M., Payne, M., Prendiville, A., Steinmueller, E. and Tyrrell, R. (2013), A Roadmap for Internet of Things: Social Sciences, TSB Special Interest Group on the Internet of Things, Technology Strategy Board, London.
  3. 3. Applications: Electronic Chameleon Monitoring and Managing Energy Use Remote Monitoring, for diabetes, asthma, … Environmental Monitoring Health Monitoring Tracking Logistics Management Manufacturing Quantitative Self: Running, Jogging, Personal Data Location, Travel Directions
  4. 4. Key Social, Legal, Ethical Issues • New way of doing things • Unintended, unanticipated outcomes Social-Organizational Innovation • Active Badge System • Remote Health and Medical Monitoring and other big data usesPrivacy • Controller of the machine? • Ownership of a medical image? • Ownership of social media posts? Ownership • More highly coupled systems • Scalable to larger and more distributed networksLarge Scale Failures • Empower individuals: monitor energy use? • Centralize control: remotely shut off appliances? Control: Locus of Choice • Ubiquitous? • Empowering the more well-to-do individuals, and nations?Inequality
  5. 5. SWOT Overview of the IoT

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