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Author IFIP TC9 International Conference on Human Choice and Computers (14th : 2020 : Tokyo, Japan)
Title Human-centric computing in a data-driven society : 14th IFIP TC 9 International Conference on Human Choice and Computers, HCC14 2020, Tokyo, Japan, September 9-11, 2020 : proceedings / edited by David Kreps, Taro Komukai, T. V. Gopal, Kaori Ishii
Imprint Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2020
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Descript 1 online resource (xi, 409 pages) : illustrations, digital ; 24 cm
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Series IFIP advances in information and communication technology, 1868-4238 ; 590
IFIP advances in information and communication technology ; 590
Note Ethical and Legal Considerations in a Data-Driven Society -- A Study on Abusing Superior Bargaining Position in the Anti-Monopoly Act and its relation to the Act on the Protection of Personal Information in Japan -- The Laws of Big Data - How Data Protection Law, Competition Law and Contract Law Deal with the Challenges of a Data-Driven World -- The Legal Frameworks of the Right to Request the Deletion of Personal Data in the EU, the U.S. and Japan and the Right to Be Forgotten: A Study Focusing on Search Businesses -- Examining the Possibility of Expanding the Use of Digital Images Recorded in the "Audio-Visual Recording of Custodial Interrogation" System -- Governance Framework for Facial Recognition Systems in Japan -- Advanced Software and Patents: A Patentability Balance for Fostering Technology -- IPR Risk Assessment of Companies Implementing Standard Essential Patents and Validation -- Qualitative Analysis of Interviews with Municipal Officers Toward the Human-Centered Improvement of the eLen Regulation Database System -- Japan-EU Passenger Name Record Negotiations and their Implications -- The Data-Driven Society -- Heaven and Earth - Cloud and Territory in the Internet -- Self-Sovereign Identity and Blockchain-Based Content Management -- Assessing the Japanese Turn in AI and Robot Ethics: Extracting Meaningful Principles Between Exoticism and Empiricism in the Case of AIBO -- Intelligent Monitoring of Chronic Illness for the Ageing Rural Population: Opportunities and Cautions -- The relevance of Humans and Structure: Managerial and organizational challenges in Smart Factories -- Automated Testing of Refreshable Braille Display -- Data Processing Automation for Bulk Water Supply Monitoring -- Peace and War -- Using Cyber applications towards Positive Psychology interventions in Africa -- States' Capacity Building for Cybersecurity: an IR Approach -- An Analysis of Twitter during the 2017 Zimbabwean Military Intervention -- Cybersecurity and Cybercrime Combatting Culture for African Police Services -- A Consideration of the Case Study of ‎Disinformation and its Legal Problems -- Our Digital Lives -- Exploring Human Nature in a Technology-Driven Society -- Towards a typology of intentionally inaccurate representations of reality in media content -- The Influence of Personal and Professional Commitments on Digitally Disconnected Experiences -- Social materiality of smartphone game apps: Case analysis of Pokemon GO -- Individuals in Data-Driven Society -- Humans of the European Data Economy Ecosystem - What do they demand from a fair data economy? -- Public Fora and Freedom of Expression -- Self-tracking, power, and the transition from discipline to control -- Towards Social Enterprise with Internet of Office Desks -- Gender, Diversity and ICT -- What Can Statistics Tell About the Gender Gap in ICT? Tracing Men and Women's Participation in the ICT Sector Through Numbers -- Silent Data, Active Patients
This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 14th IFIP TC 9 International Conference on Human Choice and Computers, HCC14 2020, which was supposed take place in Tokyo, Japan, in September 2020, but the conference was cancelled due to the COVID-19 crisis. The 31 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 55 submissions. The papers deal with the constantly evolving intimate relationship between humans and technology. They are organized in the following sections: ethical and legal considerations in a data-driven society; the data-driven society; peace and war; our digital lives; individuals in data-driven society; and gender, diversity and ICT
Host Item Springer Nature eBook
Subject Human-computer interaction -- Congresses
Computers and civilization -- Congresses
Computers and Society
Artificial Intelligence
Computer Systems Organization and Communication Networks
Information Systems Applications (incl. Internet)
Alt Author Kreps, David, editor
Komukai, Taro, editor
Gopal, T. V., editor
Ishii, Kaori, editor
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Alt Title HCC14 2020
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