EFP Brief No. 48: 2020 Living in a Networked World Individually and Securely

Our public, private and professional lives will become interrelated and dependent on technology. This will lead to a ‘networked world’ in which separate technologies will be systematically interconnected and adjusted to specific and individual needs. The Lead Vision of the German Futur initiative ‘Living in a networked world: individually and securely’ is based on an exploration of possible trajectories for these developments that take account of how the dual process of networking – networking between technologies as well as networking between human beings and machines – can be politically shaped and directed.

EFMN Brief No. 48 – 2020 Living in a Networked World

Tags: artificial intelligence, building (housing), corporate, education, IT, lifelong learning, mobility, sensor technologies, services, social science, software, universities

Categories: brief, Energy, Environment (including climate change), Geography, Germany, Information and communication technologies (ICT), Nanosciences, nanotechnology, materials, new production technologies, National, Security, Socio-economic sciences and the humanities, Themes, Time Horizon, until 2020

Author : Werner Reutter