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HUMANE D4.4 - Final roadmap of future human-machine networks

HUMANE D4.4 - Final roadmap of future human-machine networks
HUMANE D4.4 - Final roadmap of future human-machine networks
A key outcome of the HUMANE project is a series of policy roadmaps which provide guidance for improving Human-Machine Networks (HMNs) in different social domains. In order to achieve this, we need to foresee future trends in these social domains, examine the broader impact and implications of HMNs, the technical and regulatory challenges, and set the desired goals at the end of each roadmap. We then need to propose concrete actions or steps that should be taken to achieve these goals.
The contribution of this deliverable is two-fold: First, a roadmapping process addressing HMNs in specific social domains. Second, the roadmaps for three such domains: the sharing economy, eHealth, and citizen participation. These domains all embrace exciting technological applications that promise to give great societal benefits. The roadmapping process has been construed to take into account implications of HMNs, e.g. with regard to notions of trust or motivation. The presented roadmapping process is general and, hence, serves as a model or guidelines for roadmap creation in other domains. The roadmaps themselves provide steps toward understanding the short- and long-term higher level goals for HMNs in these domains, and aid stakeholders in recognizing shared goals and their roles in reaching them.
Human-machine networks, roadmapping process, roadmaps, sharing economy, eHealth, citizens’ participation, stakeholders, future-thinking
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Jaho, Eva, Klitsi, Marina, Sarris, Nikos, Folstad, Asbjorn, Lech, Till Christopher, Haugstveit, Ida Maria, Skjuve, Marita, Walland, Paul, Pickering, Brian and Meyer, Eric (2017) HUMANE D4.4 - Final roadmap of future human-machine networks ATC

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Abstract

A key outcome of the HUMANE project is a series of policy roadmaps which provide guidance for improving Human-Machine Networks (HMNs) in different social domains. In order to achieve this, we need to foresee future trends in these social domains, examine the broader impact and implications of HMNs, the technical and regulatory challenges, and set the desired goals at the end of each roadmap. We then need to propose concrete actions or steps that should be taken to achieve these goals.
The contribution of this deliverable is two-fold: First, a roadmapping process addressing HMNs in specific social domains. Second, the roadmaps for three such domains: the sharing economy, eHealth, and citizen participation. These domains all embrace exciting technological applications that promise to give great societal benefits. The roadmapping process has been construed to take into account implications of HMNs, e.g. with regard to notions of trust or motivation. The presented roadmapping process is general and, hence, serves as a model or guidelines for roadmap creation in other domains. The roadmaps themselves provide steps toward understanding the short- and long-term higher level goals for HMNs in these domains, and aid stakeholders in recognizing shared goals and their roles in reaching them.

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Published date: 3 August 2017
Keywords: Human-machine networks, roadmapping process, roadmaps, sharing economy, eHealth, citizens’ participation, stakeholders, future-thinking

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Local EPrints ID: 414271
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/414271
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ORCID for Brian Pickering: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-6815-2938

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Date deposited: 21 Sep 2017 16:31
Last modified: 14 Mar 2019 01:37

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