This book is compiled of selected proceedings from the qLandscapesq Conference held at Turku University, Finland, in July 2005. The themes chosen for the conference a philosophy, ethics and sociological aspects, culture and education; social aspects; politics and regulation; economics and work; technology and emerging technologies a represent many of the perspectives from which to view this landscape. The papers illustrate the diverse impacts of the information society and the changing paradigms within education, law, health care, the workplace and on future societal infrastructures through research initiatives and the development of new technologies. In this book, IFIP WG9.2 has attempted to capture the new aemerging landscapea of the Information Society. A picture of profound technological and social change emerges from this holistic approach. It offers a key to understanding the ramifications of computer technologies within the information society, and of the social accountability of all those who work with and are affected by them.[With another manufacturera#39;s Whirlpool web fridge] you can use the Web tablet in the den to preheat the oven and start the dishwasher...Xybernaut has 700 patents for wearable computing devices...Raymond Kurzweil is apparently seriousanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Information Society: Emerging Landscapes|
|Author||:||Chris Zielinski, Penny Duquenoy, Kai Kimppa|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 2006-06-03|