IEEE T&S Magazine, September 2016

 


ON THE COVER:

DON ADAMS AS MAXWELL SMART, WITH INFAMOUS “SHOE PHONE.” GENERAL ARTISTS CORPORATION- GAC-MANAGEMENT/PUBLIC DOMAIN/WIKIMEDIA.

Moving ICTD Research Beyond Bungee Jumping Lost in Translation Smartphones, Biometrics, and a Brave New World

 


Conference Announcement
ISTAS 2016, Kerala, India icon.access.free


President’s Message
Is Ethics an Emerging Property? icon.access.free
Greg Adamson


Editorial
Can Good Standards Propel Unethical Technologies?  icon.access.free
Katina Michael


News and Notes
IEEE Technology and Society icon.access.freeMagazine Seeks Editor-in-Chief


Book Reviews
How Not to Network a Nation icon.access.free
Loren Graham


Leading Edge
Internet Governance, Security,
Privacy and the Ethical Dimension of ICTs in 2030 icon.access.free

Vladimir Radunovic


Commentary
The Paradox of the Uberveillance Equation   icon.access.free
MG Michael

Can We Trust For-Profit Corporations to Protect Our Privacy?*icon.access.locked
Wilhelm E.J. Klein

Are Technologies Innocent?*icon.access.locked
Michael Arnold and Christopher Pearce


Opinion
ICTs and Small Holder Farming icon.access.free
Janet Achora


Industry Perspective
Smart Cities: A Golden Age for Control Theory? icon.access.free
Emanuele Crisostomi, Robert Shorten, and Fabian Wirth


Last Word
An Ounce of Steel: Crucial Alignmentsicon.access.free
Christine Perakslis

*Refereed articles

 

 

 

SPECIAL ISSUE ON ISTAS 2015 – 

TECHNOLOGY, CULTURE, AND ETHICS

Guest Editorial – Future of Sustainable Developmenticon.access.free
Paul M. Cunningham

Technology-Enhanced Learning in Kenyan Universities*icon.access.locked
Miriam Cunningham

Moving ICTD Research Beyond Bungee Jumping*icon.access.locked
Andy Dearden and William D. Tucker

Expanding the Design Horizon for Self-Driving Vehicles*icon.access.locked
Pascale-L. Blyth, Miloš N. Mladenovic´, Bonnie A. Nardi,
Hamid R. Ekbia, and Norman Makoto Su

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Lost in Translation – Building a Common Language for Regulating
Autonomous Weapons*
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Marc Canellas and Rachel Haga

Smartphones, Biometrics, and a Brave New World*icon.access.locked
Peter Corcoran and Claudia Costache

Ethics, Children, and Biometric Technology*icon.access.locked
Darelle van Greunen

Intelligent Subcutaneous Body Area Networks*icon.access.locked
P.A. Catherwood, D.D. Finlay, and J.A.D. McLaughlin


Humanitarian Cyber Operations*icon.access.locked
Jan Kallberg

 

 

 

*Refereed articles.

ISTAS ’15 Dublin – Irish President Michael Higgins Delivers Opening Address

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SSIT was honored with an opening address from Michael D. Higgins, President of Ireland, at the 2015 IEEE-SSIT International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS ‘15) on November 11 in Dublin, Ireland. It is the first time a head of state has addressed an ISTAS event. Full coverage of the conference will appear in the January 2016 SSIT e-newsletter and on line at ieeessit.org. The President’s remarks will be published in the March 2016 issue of T&S Magazine. A Special Issue on ISTAS ‘15 will appear in the September 2016 issue of T&S, and will be guest edited by ISTAS ‘15 conference chair, Paul Cunningham.

 

T&S Magazine September 2015 Contents

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Volume 34, Number 3, September 2015

4 President’s Message
Coping with Machines
Greg Adamson
Book Reviews
5 Marketing the Moon: The Selling of the Apollo Lunar Mission
7 Alan Turing: The Enigma
10 Editorial
Resistance is Not Futile, nil desperandum
MG Michael and Katina Michael
13 Letter to the Editor
Technology and Change
Kevin Hu
14 Opinion
Privacy Nightmare: When Baby Monitors Go Bad
Katherine Albrecht and Liz Mcintyre
15 From the Editor’s Desk
Robots Don’t Pray
Eugenio Guglielmelli
17 Leading Edge
Unmanned Aircraft: The Rising Risk of Hostile Takeover
Donna A. Dulo
20 Opinion
Automatic Tyranny, Re-Theism, and the Rise of the Reals
Sand Sheff
23 Creating “The Norbert Wiener Media Project”
J. Mitchell Johnson
25 Interview
A Conversation with Lazar Puhalo
88 Last Word
Technological Expeditions and Cognitive Indolence
Christine Perakslis

SPECIAL ISSUE: Norbert Wiener in the 21st Century

33_ Guest Editorial
Philip Hall, Heather A. Love and Shiro Uesugi
35_ Norbert Wiener: Odd Man Ahead
Mary Catherine Bateson
37_ The Next Macy Conference: A New Interdisciplinary Synthesis
Andrew Pickering
39_ Ubiquitous Surveillance and Security
Bruce Schneier
41_ Reintroducing Wiener: Channeling Norbert in the 21st Century
Flo Conway and Jim Siegelman
44_ Securing the Exocortex*
Tamara Bonaci, Jeffrey Herron, Charles Matlack, and Howard Jay Chizeck
52_ Wiener’s Prefiguring of a Cybernetic Design Theory*
Thomas Fischer
60_ Norbert Wiener and the Counter-Tradition to the Dream of Mastery
D. Hill
64_ Down the Rabbit Hole*
Laura Moorhead

Features

74_ Opening Pandora’s 3D Printed Box
Phillip Olla
81_ Application Areas of Additive Manufacturing
N.J.R. Venekamp and H.Th. Le Fever

*Refereed article.

T&S Magazine June 2015 Contents

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Volume 34, Number 2, June 2015

3 ISTAS 2015 – Dublin
4 President’s Message
Deterministic and Statistical Worlds
Greg Adamson
5 Editorial
Mental Health, Implantables, and Side Effects
Katina Michael
8 Book Reviews
Reality Check: How Science Deniers Threaten Our Future
Stealing Cars: Technology & Society from the Model T to the Gran Torino
13 Leading Edge
“Ich liebe Dich UBER alles in der Welt” (I love you more than anything else in the world)
Sally Applin
Opinion
16 Tools for the Vision Impaired
Molly Hartman
18 Learning from Delusions
Brian Martin
21 Commentary
Nanoelectronics Research Gaps and Recommendations*
Kosmas Galatsis, Paolo Gargini, Toshiro Hiramoto, Dirk Beernaert, Roger DeKeersmaecker, Joachim Pelka, and Lothar Pfitzner
80 Last Word
Father’s Day Algorithms or Malgorithms?
Christine Perakslis

SPECIAL ISSUE—Ethics 2014/ISTAS 2014

31_ Guest Editorial
Keith Miller and Joe Herkert
32_ App Stores for the Brain: Privacy and Security in Brain-Computer Interfaces*
Tamara Bonaci, Ryan Calo, and Howard Jay Chizeck
40_ The Internet Census 2012 Dataset: An Ethical Examination*
David Dittrich, Katherine Carpenter, and Manish Karir
47_ Technology as Moral Proxy: Autonomy and Paternalism by Design*
Jason Millar
56_ Teaching Engineering Ethics: A Phenomenological Approach*
Valorie Troesch
64_ Informed Consent for Deep Brain Stimulation: Increasing Transparency for Psychiatric Neurosurgery Patients*
Andrew Koivuniemi
71_ Robotic Prosthetics: Moving Beyond Technical Performance*
N. Jarrassé, M. Maestrutti, G. Morel, and A. Roby-Brami

*Refereed Articles

 

Philip Hall

Homebase location *
Ann Arbor, Michigan USA
Email philip@faerberhall.com
SSIT Roles (and years) *
2013-15 DL
2013-17 BoG Member
2015 Chair, Conferences & Events
2014-15 DL Program Chair
2014 Chapters Chair
2013-14 Chair, Australia Chapter
Relevant IEEE Roles
2014-15 SSIT Rep, IEEE-USA Committee on Transportation & Aerospace Policy (CTAP)
2015 Member, AESS & Vice Chair, AESS UAV Technical Panel

Other Related Activities/Interests
Interested in (1) National Security and societal implications of emerging technologies; (2) impact of climate variability on water, energy and food security; and (3) technologies for sustainability.
What Category/Topic TAGs should include you?
(Comma Separated)
education, policy, security, privacy, aerospace, emerging technologies, autonomous vehicles

Jerry Hudgins

Homebase location * Lincoln, Nebraska USA
Email j.hudgins@ieee.org
SSIT Roles (and years) * 2014-15 BoG member
2014 Society Treasurer
Relevant IEEE Roles 2015 IEEE Treasurer
2013-14 IEEE Director
2003 Industry Applications Society President
1997-98 Power Electronics Society President
Other Related Activities/Interests Impact of technology on education, sustainable energy, food and water security