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HOMO DIGITALIS - DW WATCH JUNE 2018 : Citizens of the Digital Age

Contributor(s): IDATE DIGIWORLD Research.
Edition information: IDATE DIGIWORLD 2018Description: 39 P.Subject(s): Sociedad de la información | digital revolution | digital technologyOnline resources: Please, contact the library to request a copy of this document.Summary: For several years now, we have been watching the digital revolution accelerate exponentially, alongside the emergence of increasingly impressive technologies – 5G, AI, mixed reality, blockchain, etc. – which are having an impact on every market and every market player: ICT, manufacturing, energy, transport, retail, health… If digital technology’s influence on the economy has been clear for some time, and can now be anticipated, the digital transformation of society and of citizens themselves is giving rise to predictions and projections that can sound like something out of science-fiction or fantasy land: digital implants, augmented humans, consciousness transfers, immortality or DNA digital data storage. But, even if they are not all quite so spectacular or even noticeable, the effects of digital technology on “human” evolution are already multifarious and profoundly altering society and its citizens, with new uses and behaviours that are driving a massive transformation at several levels: locally (cities, municipal services…), in public policy-makers’ thinking, in the area of ethical issues, value creation… This report presents the proceedings of this two-day conference, with speakers from a wide range of backgrounds, as well as many of our members and partners and of course IDATE DigiWorld teams – who helped us to deepen our understanding of the multiple facets of this Homo Digitalis who is already among us: • Plennary session • Future of housing • Inclusion and digital • Data protection and cybersecurity
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For several years now, we have been watching the digital revolution accelerate exponentially, alongside the emergence of increasingly impressive technologies – 5G, AI, mixed reality, blockchain, etc. – which are having an impact on every market and every market player: ICT, manufacturing, energy, transport, retail, health…

If digital technology’s influence on the economy has been clear for some time, and can now be anticipated, the digital transformation of society and of citizens themselves is giving rise to predictions and projections that can sound like something out of science-fiction or fantasy land: digital implants, augmented humans, consciousness transfers, immortality or DNA digital data storage.

But, even if they are not all quite so spectacular or even noticeable, the effects of digital technology on “human” evolution are already multifarious and profoundly altering society and its citizens, with new uses and behaviours that are driving a massive transformation at several levels: locally (cities, municipal services…), in public policy-makers’ thinking, in the area of ethical issues, value creation…

This report presents the proceedings of this two-day conference, with speakers from a wide range of backgrounds, as well as many of our members and partners and of course IDATE DigiWorld
teams – who helped us to deepen our understanding of the multiple facets of this Homo Digitalis who is already among us:
• Plennary session
• Future of housing
• Inclusion and digital
• Data protection and cybersecurity

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