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La société en mouvement « 2.0 » : quels enjeux, quelles opportunités, quel avenir ?
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Les défis de l’Internet des objets

Les défis de l’Internet des objets | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
Smartphones, drones, capteurs de température ou de mouvement... D’ici à 2020, 50 milliards d’appareils seront connectés à un vaste réseau : l’Internet des objets. Mais les scientifiques ont encore de nombreux défis à relever, allant de l’autonomie énergétique des capteurs à la sécurité des données.
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The Internet of Things and the Fourth Amendment of Effects by Andrew Guthrie Ferguson :: SSRN

The Internet of Things and the Fourth Amendment of Effects by Andrew Guthrie Ferguson :: SSRN | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
By 2020 there will be billions of “things” connected through the “Internet of Things.” These smart devices built within our homes, cars, smartphones, clothing,
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"This network of smart devices also poses a new challenge for a Fourth Amendment built around “effects.” The constitutional language protecting “persons, houses, papers, and effects” from unreasonable searches and seizures must confront this change. This article addresses how a Fourth Amendment built on old-fashioned “effects” can address a new world when things are no longer just inactive, static objects, but objects that create and communicate data with other things.

The article seeks to answer two questions. First, what is the definition of an “effect” for Fourth Amendment purposes in a world defined by an interconnected, network-like Internet of Things? Second, assuming that a Fourth Amendment “effect” has a broader definition that potentially includes the digital information embedded in the object and the wireless communication signals emanating from the device, then what expectation of security should attach to these effects?"

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Pourquoi mon peignoir connecté peut-il me rendre meilleur chaque matin ? | Le Cercle Les Echos

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The article describes the - supposed - influence of a connected object, the peignoir, to enhance everyday life: it describes how the connected peignoir, not only a connected object but also a learning object, changes the habits and helps the user through its actual use of the object, to adjust his habits to its imperatives. An exemple of how human - technologie interactivity will probably shape our actual lives a few years on. 

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Interesting article: from the use of the central notion "better [person]" to the integration of technology in everyday life. As for the first notion, the use of the word "better" (meilleur) in relation to the person : how can an object, connected as it is, make somebody "a better person"? What is a "better person"? What is the opposite of "the better person"?

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The concept of connected items is in the center of attention of researchers, philosophers and sociologists, as well as journalists. The exemple of the connected peignoir is a nice exemple of how technology is supposed to augment our physical lifes. The main question is: how normative is the "embetterment", how effective we want to become and at what cost?

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This type of technology being mostly in the hands of and used by early adopters, its testing takes place on a real life scale, and research is probably using clinical investigation as well as real life observations.

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The outcome may well not be the "better person", and the technology here invoked may probably serve completely other purposes a couple of years from now, but the real life testing of the early adopters and the observations noted in the online press as well as in scientific journals is highly exciting!

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affordance.info: Internet des choses et web physique : Datafication et solutionnisme final.

affordance.info: Internet des choses et web physique : Datafication et solutionnisme final. | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
Il nous faudra veiller à ce que l'internet des choses (Internet of Things) ne finisse par ne pouvoir cohabiter qu'avec un internet des pauvres. Qu'à l'instar des autres ressources (eau, semences, etc.) et droits naturels (se loger, se nourrir, etc.)...
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visions - Laurence Allard, le nouveau monde connecté. Une autre relation entre entités vivantes et machiniques

visions - Laurence Allard, le nouveau monde connecté. Une autre relation entre entités vivantes et machiniques | Web 2.0 et société | Scoop.it
Pour Laurence Allard, l’usage du mobile s’est construit dans une logique «non compétitive», voie que doit suivre l’Internet des objets.
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Je découvre Laurence Allart et sa vision résolument utopiste d'Internet et des technologies... Intéressant ! A lire. Extrait.

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"Le mobile, explique-t-elle en détail dans notre long entretien, est selon les termes de Michel Foucault une «technologie du soi». Il permet à chacun d’exprimer son intériorité, de la cultiver via ses messages, ses photos ou ses vidéos, mais aussi de la partager avec d’autres. "

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