Is The Case for Digital Privacy Lost?

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#privacy #security #friction #frictionless #critical questions #dark ages #offline #disconnected world #augmentation #augmented reality #AI #enchanted things #human augmentation #Gen Z

When told from a 2050 perspective, we still live in the dark ages of an offline and disconnected world. The full impact of pervasive augmented realities, artificial intelligence, enchanted things, and human augmentation is yet to be materialized.

An increasing part of the general population, especially among Gen Z's, continues to choose frictionless and free over privacy. Since we tend to overestimate the effect of a technology in the short run and underestimate the impact, in the long run, some of the most critical questions need to be addressed on a level never realized.

What do we know already, and what must we do about it?

Andreas Sjöström, 1 August 2022, "Innovation and Emerging Tech POV", IEEE International Symposium on Digital Privacy and Social Media, San Jose, CA, 1 August 2022, pre-record, https://attend.ieee.org/isdpsm-2022

When told from a 2050 perspective, we still live in the dark ages of an offline and disconnected world. The full impact of pervasive augmented realities, artificial intelligence, enchanted things, and human augmentation is yet to be materialized.

An increasing part of the general population, especially among Gen...

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