Shaping the Future of Technology Governance: Internet of Things, Robotics and Smart Cities
There are more connected devices in the world today than there are humans. Commonly known as the Internet of Things (IoT), they come in infinite forms – from smart building technologies that monitor and manage energy usage, to connected vehicles that help anticipate and avoid potential collision. By 2020, the number of IoT devices is projected to exceed 20 billion, owing to continued technological advances and the plummeting costs of computing, storage and connectivity.
As IoT technologies continue to affect all aspects of daily life, and as intimately as being embedded in the human body, questions about data ownership, accuracy and privacy protection are taking on ever greater importance. Similarly, in an interconnected world where electric grids, public infrastructure, vehicles, homes and workplaces are capable of being accessed and controlled remotely, the vulnerability to cyber-attacks and the potential for these security breaches to cause serious harm are unprecedented.
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