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Artificially Intelligent: or why we always knew we'd be talking about this at some point

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Talk given at Google UX Pair event, March 2018.

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Artificially Intelligent: or why we always knew we'd be talking about this at some point

  1. 1. Artificially Intelligent or why we always knew we’d be talking about all this at some point.
  2. 2. Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino @iotwatch alex@designswarm.com
  3. 3. Industrial & interaction designer First UK distributor of the Arduino
  4. 4. Clients
  5. 5. Founder Good Night Lamp
  6. 6. London Internet of things Meetup
  7. 7. ‘Evolution is apparently intent that man fulfill a much greater destiny than that of being a simple muscle and reflex machine – a slave automaton- automation displaces automatons.’
  8. 8. ‘Behaviour of whole systems unpredicted by the separately observed behaviours of any of the system’s separate parts or any subassembly of the system’s parts.’
  9. 9. Buckminster Fuller
  10. 10. ‘We’re prepared for the apocalypse we want.’ - Unknown
  11. 11. We’re prepared for a mathematically coherent future.
  12. 12. open #iotmark iotmark.org
  13. 13. trust/risk
  14. 14. lifecycle
  15. 15. openness
  16. 16. permissions & ownership
  17. 17. security
  18. 18. minimum cryptographic security on its backend and secure configuration backend which implements additional security options implement reliable and appropriate backend patching procedures which should be evidenced enforce a strong user identity policy clear admin user rights management
  19. 19. 33 principles iotmark.org
  20. 20. 8 categories iotmark.org
  21. 21. open process github.com/openiotmark
  22. 22. open tools
  23. 23. open tools
  24. 24. frameworks in time and space
  25. 25. Adafruit IoT Bill of Rights Adam Greenfield's Everyware Principles Arduino IoT Manifesto A trustmark for IoT Better Things BSI Kitemark CE, FCC, UL mark Charter of Trust CrowdSupply Proclamation of User Rights Cyber Independent Testing Lab Doteveryone trustworthy tech mark ENISA Baseline Security Recommendations for IoT Global Ecolabelling Network Greenpeace Guide to greener Electronics I am the Cavalry Five Star Automotive Cyber Safety Program IEEE Standard for Harmonization of Internet of Things (IoT) Devices and Systems IEEE Standard for Privacy and Security Architecture for Consumer Wireless Devices iFixit Repairability score Ind.ie Ethical Design Manifesto IoT and public interest IoT CyberSecurity Improvement Act of 2017 IoT Design Manifesto IoT Facts IoT Security Foundation Best Practice User Mark Application Note: Mapping the IoT Security Foundation’s Compliance Framework to the DCMS proposed Code of Practice for Security in Consumer IoT IoT Security Foundation Principles Jen Persson Making of an IoT Trust Mark Project Sopris Seven Properties of Highly Secure Devices Respects your freedom hardware product certification Secure by Design: Improving the cyber security of consumer Internet of Things Report Securing consumer trust in the IoT, Principles and Recommendations 2017 Security Checklist for IoT Seven Properties of Higly Secure Devices "The Internet of Things and challenges for consumer protection" Doteveryone Ethical Tech Directory
  26. 26. What does any artifact enlarge or enhance? What does it erode or obsolesce? What does it retrieve that has been earlier obsolesced? What does it reverse or flip into when pushed to the limits of its potential?
  27. 27. marshall mcluhan
  28. 28. What is the problem to which the technology is the solution? Whose problem is it? Which problem and what institutions might be more seriously harmed by a technological solution? What new problems might be created because we have solved this problem? What sort of people and institutions might acquire special economic and political power because of technological change? What changes in language are being enforced by new technologies and what is being gained and lost by such changes?
  29. 29. neil postman
  30. 30. Jozeph Weisenbaum
  31. 31. Artificially Intelligent or why we always knew we’d be talking about all this at some point. @iotwatch alex@designswarm.com

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