Emerging Policy Problems Related to Ubiquitous Computing: Negotiating Stakeholders’ Visions of the Future

@article{Winter2008EmergingPP,
  title={Emerging Policy Problems Related to Ubiquitous Computing: Negotiating Stakeholders’ Visions of the Future},
  author={Jenifer Sunrise Winter},
  journal={Knowledge, Technology \& Policy},
  year={2008},
  volume={21},
  pages={191-203}
}
  • J. Winter
  • Published 30 October 2008
  • Computer Science
  • Knowledge, Technology & Policy
This paper provides an overview of the human-centered vision of Ubiquitous Computing and draws on research examining slowly emerging problems over a long-term time frame in the emerging Ubiquitous Computing environment. A six-phase process employing scenario planning, electronic focus groups, and problem assessment surveys harnessed the insight of 165 individuals from diverse backgrounds and regions throughout the State of Hawaii. Distinct differences were found between the problem… 

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