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Generating awareness of ubiquitous monitoring within the Netherlands, referencing the Chinese Social Credit Score

Denman, Quinton (2018) Generating awareness of ubiquitous monitoring within the Netherlands, referencing the Chinese Social Credit Score.

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Abstract:By analyzing the Chinese Social Credit Score's benefits and drawbacks, the Western world can prepare for a potential implementation of explicit Ubiquitous Monitoring within their own societies. To ensure the governments and public are made aware of the extent to which Ubiquitous Monitoring can be utilized, an exhibition and discussion were created. The exhibition would ensure a minimum number of limitations were placed on displayed projects and the discussion would expand participants understanding. By adhering to Critical Design’s theories, the likelihood of generating awareness among the attendees will increase. Therefore, a methodology was deduced and followed carefully when creating the 4 exhibition projects: Object Recognition, A Smart Tattoo, Audio of Personas within a Social Credit Score and finally a Flocking Algorithm. From questionnaire results it is clear that this was an effective way to generate awareness. With individuals that participated in either one of the events mentioned, or both, having an increased level of awareness with regards to Ubiquitous Monitoring. However, the demographic that made up the attendees were for the most part affiliated with the University of Twente and as such is not a true representation of The Netherlands.
Item Type:Essay (Bachelor)
Faculty:EEMCS: Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science
Subject:02 science and culture in general, 08 philosophy, 54 computer science, 71 sociology, 89 political science
Programme:Creative Technology BSc (50447)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/75598
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