Alicia Asin, Lorna Goulden, Mirko Ross and Rob van Kranenburg on state of the art of IoT
The internet and the internet of things change every procedure that is in place after five hundred years after the last ontological – read: massively deep – change in data and information: the book. It was technically possible to create books in 1452, yet most public libraries in Europe stem from early 19th century. A mix of negative – censorship, and positive – education arguments led to a dynamic ecosystem in which it took about 400 to 500 years for citizens to be fully on par with government and business ecosystems. In comes the internet. Its protocol says pass on the packet. There are no gatekeepers, there is no diploma that you need, there is no security, just flow and speed, the two things that normally would take hundreds of years of careful top-down management.
Yet all tools in and of society are still tuned to the relatively stable book period. It is only now that most policymakers are beginning to see how fundamental the changes are by talking about Society 5.0, which is a step from Industry 4.0 when policies were set to start regulating the huge data ecosystems in private hands.
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