Chris will be taking part in the ISA conference this year in Sweden and will be organising a session with Gianni Corino (University of Plymouth). See abstract below:
Session 4: Social habitats and high-tech: the internet of things
Ubiquitous computing, locative media and electronic tagging is moving data from hard-disks into the street, and building networks between people, objects and places. The established territorial boundaries that formerly distinguished shoppers from shops, consumers from producers, and friends from strangers are beginning to disappear. Technology of the near future will support our embodiment of an entire social habitat as we begin to‘see’ the connections, relations and resources that constitute its sense of society.
This panel asks: How will this emerging habitat transform the social transactions that bind economic, cultural and personal relations?
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