This year’s conference theme?
The Internet of Things describes a state in which vast numbers of objects are interconnected over the Internet and can collect data and transmit and receive information. By interconnecting all kinds of objects and systems, the IoT could open new avenues of research and learning. The increasingly connected network of devices and data streams could coordinate campus physical spaces, integrating information from sensors embedded in objects including library resources, whiteboard writing surfaces, game boards, and robots. The data-rich environment engendered by so many devices sending information (with or without permission) raises serious concerns about privacy, security, and data ownership, and these issues involve new policy questions.
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