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T&S Magazine, December 2015

Blockchains

Vol. 34, No. 4

Blockchains are a new form of information technology that may have important future applications.

Blockchain thinking formulates thinking as a blockchain process, with possible benefits for both artificial intelligence and human enhancement.

 

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President’s Message
Improving Our “Engineering-Crazed” Image
Greg Adamson  
Book Reviews
Hackers, Geniuses, and Geeks
Nick Webb  
Book Reviews
Faxed: The Rise and Fall of the Fax Machine
Erik L. Stayton  
Open Letter
Technology and Change
 
Interview
On the Road with Rick Sare and Google Glass
Alexander Hayes  

Features


The Value of Accountability in the Cloud
Wouter M.P. Steijn and Maartje G.H. Niezen
* Refereed Article
Shaping Our Technological Futures
Reihana Mohideen and Rob Evans
* Refereed Article
Driver Distraction from Dashboard and Wearable Interfaces
Robert Rosenberger
* Refereed Article
Are Technologies Innocent?
Michael Arnold and Christopher Pearce
* Refereed Article

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