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Are you ready for the Internet of Things?

Are you ready for the Internet of Things?

I-O-T : the INTERNET Of THINGS Why 2013 will be the year of the Internet of Things - The Next Web - Iceweasel This year’s Le Web event in Paris was based around the them of the Internet of Things (IoT); the way in which objects around us will gather data and connect to controls or other machines via the Internet. The term Internet of Things was coined by the British technologist Kevin Ashton in 1999. Today, the huge amounts of data we are producing and the advances in mobile technologies are bringing the idea into our homes and daily lives. There are still issues that need to be bashed out of course, proprietary technologies and closed data systems don’t do much to help things along. However, products like the Fitbit or Fuelband are already becoming commonplace and makers are experimenting with remote systems like Lockitron for front doors and Growerbot for watering house plants. Dealing with data It’s important to consider where data is coming from when thinking about IoT. “It should be the Internet of nouns,” he told The Next Web. Open platforms Calm technology Super humans Power of the mind

Position Statement on the Use of RFID on Consumer Products Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is an item-tagging technology with profound societal implications. Used improperly, RFID has the potential to jeopardize consumer privacy, reduce or eliminate purchasing anonymity, and threaten civil liberties. As organizations and individuals committed to the protection of privacy and civil liberties, we have come together to issue this statement on the deployment of RFID in the consumer environment. In the following pages, we describe the technology and its uses, define the risks, and discuss potential public policy approaches to mitigate the problems we raise. RFID tags are tiny computer chips connected to miniature antennae that can be affixed to physical objects. While there are beneficial uses of RFID, some attributes of the technology could be deployed in ways that threaten privacy and civil liberties: Hidden placement of tags. Technology assessment. Principles of Fair Information Practice. Openness, or transparency. Attachment 1 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Le CENTQUATRE, home > Le CENTQUATRE-Paris Le CENTQUATRE-PARIS est un espace de résidences et de production pour les artistes du monde entier. Pensé comme un abri des esthétiques artistiques et culturelles élaboré sous des formes coopératives, il donne accès à l’ensemble des arts actuels au travers d’une programmation résolument populaire et contemporaine. La création contemporaine dans toute sa diversité Initiateur de projets, le CENTQUATRE-PARIS suit une ligne éditoriale très large et s’intéresse à toutes les disciplines artistiques, sans hiérarchie de genres : théâtre, danse, musique, cinéma, vidéo, mais aussi arts culinaires, numériques et urbains…Accompagnateur de projets, le lieu s’ouvre à de multiples formes d’associations. En agissant ainsi, le CENTQUATRE-PARIS accompagne l’émergence de nouvelles formes d’art et suscite des "esthétiques de la relation". Un lieu de vie culturelle pour tous Un lieu de recherche et d’innovation ^ haut de page-

MakerSwarm- An Authoring Tool for the Internet of Everything by MAYA Design Inc. We’re obsessed with the Internet of Things—or really, we call it the “Internet of Everything.” We’ve created something revolutionary called MakerSwarm where you can link things together without ever writing one single line of code. All you have to do is use your imagination. MakerSwarm gives the power of X-ray vision to makers, so that they can "see" into any of the smart devices around them, from cell phones to TV sets, from connected thermostats to wearable sensors. It's about giving you visual tools so that you can grab hold of any capability within a device and drag and drop it into a new app that spans across a swarm of your friends' devices in a massive peer-to-peer community. MakerSwarm lowers the bar for building never-before-seen Internet of Everything experiences and unlocks the power of trillions of connected devices so that the best makers can earn rewards in the market of ideas. In 2012, MAYA finished the DARPA research and delivered the precursor to MakerSwarm. Wow! Whew! DIY 3D Controller AdWords We use AdWords to deploy digital advertising on sites supported by AdWords. Ads are based on both AdWords data and behavioral data that we collect while you’re on our sites. The data we collect may include pages you’ve visited, trials you’ve initiated, videos you’ve played, purchases you’ve made, and your IP address or device ID. This information may be combined with data that AdWords has collected from you. We use the data that we provide to AdWords to better customize your digital advertising experience and present you with more relevant ads. LiveRamp We use LiveRamp to deploy digital advertising on sites supported by LiveRamp. UpSellIt We use UpSellIt to help create a more streamlined shopping cart experience. Doubleclick We use Doubleclick to deploy digital advertising on sites supported by Doubleclick. RocketFuel We use RocketFuel to deploy digital advertising on sites supported by RocketFuel. Twitter We use Twitter to deploy digital advertising on sites supported by Twitter.

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