Computer Science is no more about computers than astronomy is about telescopes – Edward Dijkstra The inventiveness and ingenuity of ancient civilisations is often a source of modern fascination.
As stated at the end of Part One of this post series: While the development of the Internet – both in terms of physical architecture and communication protocols – is fundamental to the existence of the Internet of Things, other fields of research would have to develop and converge with this radical new communication system […]
The Internet of Things, or IoT as it is commonly abbreviated, is becoming part of current technological rhetoric. A quick Google search will provide the reader with a multitude of information ranging from media articles about what it will do for society and how many connected devices each person will have by 2020, to attempts […]
For at least the past fifteen years a very specific current has ran through both the arts and sciences. This current is known by different names though in the cold light of day it is in essence a preoccupation with the same thing: the storing and retrieval of Information. While in the arts and humanities […]
One of the Key problems the Internet of Things (IoT) has faced since its inception has been the public’s general fear of the invasiveness of IoT technologies and their potential for unethical exploitation as tools of surveillance and social control. The problem faced by those who wish for society to embrace IoT technologies, is how […]
In the following article, published by the Guardian I discuss the potential future impact of the Internet of Things on the field of Fine Art. I also reflect on where the challenges for the subject of fine art might lie.