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ConnectingTheDots series, vol. 05
This mini-book is focused on moving toward a data-centric society.
Since we started using smartphones and, through them, services on the cloud, we got used to data leaks- or: disclosure without our explicit consent.
The trend toward urbanization, expansion of the number of devices that will be always connected with an ever faster Internet, data storage on the cloud will create the opportunity for a data-centric society.
Or: a society where any data generated, whatever the source, could contribute to both social and individual well being.
This short book (or extended essay) is just part of a series of collected thoughts and analysis.
Focus: the impact of social and technological change on traditional management practices.
Aim: to raise informed questions, not to provide answers
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This series has just a common thread: repeating that "connect experience and knowledge to initiate change" approach, but focusing each time on a specific issue.
(book published on 2019-01-16)
"Connecting the Dots" series ... I
Foreword and Warning ... V
1 Why #CONSENTDATA ... 1
Introduction ... 8
Of trends and facts ... 12
Components and their stakeholders ... 19
2 YOU VILLAGE IS A WORMHOLE ... 31
From 1920s "propaganda" to mass-manipulation ... 41
Data exchanges in a wormhole society ... 46
3 MOVING INTO A GDPR ERA ... 51
A different concept of market ... 53
Need for a new trust infrastructure ... 57
Why blockchain isn't a cure-it-all ... 63
A Far West in the cloud: where is what? ... 66
Is centralization of access really the future? ... 68
4 CONNECTING THE DOTS ... 71
Individuals in a data-centric society ... 76
The changing concept of infrastructure ... 77
Lowering complexity of continuous integration ... 78
Edge computing as a citizens' right ... 79
Judge and be judged ... 80
Toward social governance ... 81
Swarming toward a data-centric society ... 82
The end of the beginning ... 83