IEEE Technology and Society Magazine

VOLUME 33, NUMBER 2, SUMMER 2014

 

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Cover image: Reality. Eran Fowler. Used with permission..

DEPARTMENTS

4 EDITORIAL 
Beyond Human: Lifelogging and Life Extension
Katina Michael

8 LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Pondering Effects of Video Games on Children
Jim Fifth

COMMENTARY
The Police Crisis of Visibility*
Kevin D. Haggerty and Aja Sandhu

13 OPINION
Personal Rights in the Age of Omnipresent Cameras
Jay Stanley

14 OPINION
Personal Safety Devices Enable “Suicurity”
Steve Mann

16 VIEWPOINT
Are Wearables Really Ready to Wear?
Isabel Pedersen

19 INTERVIEW WITH CECILIA ABADIE
The Sky Is the Limit
Interview conducted by Alexander Hayes

23 LEADING EDGE
Google Glass and Traffic Safety — Messy Decisions
Robert Rosenberger

26 VIEWPOINT
Authenticity and Deception in an Age of Visual Wearables
Roland Bleiker

28 VIEWPOINT
Deconstructing the Relationship Between Privacy and Security
Gregory Conti, Lisa Shay, and Woodrow Hartzog

31 LEADING EDGE
Technology and Operational Safety—Pros and Cons for Police Officers
Richard Kay

34 LEADING EDGE
Observing Crowd-Sourced Surveillance through the Eyes of the German Basic Law
Saskia Hufnagel

36 VIEWPOINT
Who Should Own In-the-Body Medical Data in the Age of eHealth?
Joe Carvalko

 

SPECIAL ISSUE ON ISTAS 2013: PEOPLE AS SENSORS
Katina Michael, Jeremy Pitt, and Christine Perakslis

38 INTRODUCTION
Drones Humanus
Christine Perakslis, Jeremy Pitt, and Katina Michael

SPECIAL ISSUE FEATURES

40 The Regulation of Point of View Surveillance: A Review of Australian Law*
 Roger Clarke

47 GPS in Interstate Trucking in Australia: Intelligence, Surveillanceor Compliance Tool?*
Jann Karp

53 Ill Be Watching You*
Brenda Mcphail, Andrew Clement, Joseph Ferenbok, and Arndis Johnson

64 Body-Worn POV Technology: Moral Harm* 
Clive Harfield

73 Giving Meaning to RFID and Cochlear Implants*
Sandra Wagemakers, Liesbet Van Zoonen, and Georgina Turner

*Refereed articles.

 

 

VOLUME 33, NUMBER 1, SPRING 2014

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Smart Grids and Social Networks

DEPARTMENTS

4 PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE Starting a New Chapter Laura Jacob

5 EDITORIAL We’ve Got to Do Better Katherine Albrecht and Katina Michael

10 BOOK REVIEWS  Nanotechnology: Ethical and Social Implications Tesla: Inventor of the Electrical Age

16 LETTER TO THE EDITOR T&S “Technology and Society in Asia” Editorial Hits a Nerve Doug Dexter

17 LEADING EDGE Geosocial Intelligence Tomas Holderness

19 COMMENTARY Appropriate Technologies in the Globalized World: FAQs* Samir Patel, Siri Maley, and Khanjan Mehta

SPECIAL SECTION ON SMART GRIDS AND SOCIAL NETWORKS

Guest Editors: Jeremy Pitt and Andrzej Nowak

27 SPECIAL SECTION INTRODUCTION

The Reinvention of Social Capital for Socio-Technical Systems* Jeremy Pitt and Andrzej Nowak

SPECIAL SECTION FEATURES

34 Smart Cities and Their Smart Decisions: Ethical Considerations* David Bianchini and Ismael Ávila The development of smart cities must incorporate ethical dimensions.

41 Goal-Oriented Prosumer Community Groups for the Smart Grid* A.J. Dinusha Rathnayaka, Vidyasagar M. Potdar, Tharam Dillon, Omar Hussain, and Samitha Kuruppu Smart grids enable the creation of “prosumers,” who consume energy, and who also generate green energy and share the surplus.

49 User Issues for Smart Meter Technology* Marcus Wigan Consumer engagement and perspectives are needed to make the best use of the valuable microdata collected by smart meters.

54 Social Media, Disaster Studies, and Human Communication* Lucy Resnyansky Human communication can help us overcome an informationcentric perspective related to social media.

66 Value Capturing and Role Playing in Social Networking Sites* Enas Al-Lozi, Mutaz M. Al-Debei, and Anas Aloudat Some people may join online networks desperately seeking emotional support in different aspects of life.

73 Maps as Deep: Reading the Code of Location-Based Social Networks* Leighton Evans What are some of the implications as more people begin to experience places and locations that are mediated, translated,or interpreted by computational code?

*Refereed articles. COVER: Istock.  

     VOLUME 21, NUMBER 4, WINTER 2013

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Wireless Sensors

DEPARTMENTS


4 EDITORIAL For Now We See Through a Glass, Darkly Katina Michael


6 BOOK REVIEW Digital Whoness: Identity, Privacy and Freedom in the Cyberworld


8 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


9 LEADING EDGE Automatic Quality Management in Crowdsourcing Daniel Schall


14 LEADING EDGE Transparancy-Driven Business Process Management in Healthcare Settings Mathias Kirchmer, Sigifredo Laengle, and Victor Masías


17 OPINION The Future of Outdoor Media Systems Ron Harwood


19 OPINION Promoting Psychological Wellbeing: Loftier Goals for New Technologies Rafael A. Calvo and Dorian Peters

22 OPINION Open Prosperity: Breaking Down Financial and Educational Barriers to Creating Physical Goods Stephen Fox


 25 COMMENTARY Understanding the Human Machine* Deborah Lupton

    SPECIAL SECTION ON SENSORS Katherine Albrecht and Katina Michael


31 GUEST EDITORIAL Connected: To Everyone and Everything Katherine Albrecht and Katina Michael  


SPECIAL SECTION FEATURES   35 Asynchronous Adaptations to Complex Social Interactions* Sally Applin and Michael Fischer


45 Comparing British and Japanese Perceptions of a Wearable Ubiquitous Monitoring Device* Stuart Moran, Toyoaki Nishida, and Keiichi Nakata


50 Public Open Sensor Data: Revolutionizing Smart Cities* Albert Domingo, Boris Bellalta, Manuel Palacin, Miquel Oliver, and Esteve Almirall


57 Public Domain Treaty Compliance Verification in the Digital Age* Christopher W. Stubbs and Sidney D. Drell


*Refereed articles Cover Image: Fabio Lima.

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