AI4EU is delighted to present in the AI4EU Café on July 15th:
Rob van Kranenburg (Founder of Council_IoT and #iotday)
with his talk on:
Disposable Identities are Elemental(s) in IoT
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Description of his talk
We agree that we cannot go back, into an analogue world of no digital connectivity. We agree we cannot go forward with our current notions of identity and decision- making systems. We realize that the political power issue is not identity, but taxes. Identity in the hands of non-state actors is the end of the business model of the state. The issue is thus extremely explosive and vital as it touches the heart of society and its workings. As citizens we have a choice. We never had more agency as non-formal but potentially systemic actors. We can be the spider in the web. This implies that all end connections of the web have a clear view on our full personalities. Or we can build our desired connected world, not on the endpoints but on the intentionally combined (if ‘you’ consent) separate connections with each and every endpoint (any service).
Rob van Kranenburg (1964) is the Founder of Council_IoT and #iotday He wrote The Internet of Things. A critique of ambient technology and the all-seeing network of RFID, Network Notebooks 02, Institute of Network Cultures. He works as Ecosystem Manager for the EU projects Tagitsmart and Next Generation Internet.
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