Editor Denise Feldner (c) Springer Nature Switzerland, February 2020
A book written by 40 authors from the U.S., the U.K., Switzerland, Singapore, China, Hong Kong, Estonia, France, Germany, the Netherlands, and Italy.
The book offers readers a deeper understanding of the Cyberspace, of how institutions and industries are reinventing themselves. Though technology plays a key part in this regard, societal acceptance is the most important underlying condition, as it poses pressing challenges that cut across companies, developers, governments and workers. The book explores the challenges and opportunities involved, current and potential future concepts, critical reflections and best practices. It addresses connected societies, new opportunities for governments, the role of trust in digital networks, and future education networks. In turn, a number of representative case studies demonstrate the current state of development in practice.
written by Michael Huether, Matthias Spielkamp, André Loesekrug-Pietri, Holger Mey
Table of Contents
Part I Chapter Zero–written by Denise Feldner
Part II In Search of Connectivity–written by Siim Alatalu, Tallinn, Maurits Butter et. al., The Hague, Russell A. Miller, Charlottesville, Ruth Barber, Cambridge/Berlin, Winfried Bullinger et. al., Berlin, Frederick Richter, Leipzig, Jimmy Schulz, Munich, Sven Herpig et. al., Berlin, Nicolai Andersen, Hamburg, Agnieszka M. Walorska, Berlin
Part III How Should One Respond To Political Risks–written by Katherina Reiche, Essen, Maximilian Mayer, Ningbo, Aaron Maniam, Singapore, Valentin Gauß, Stuttgart, Florian Hartleb, Tallinn, Stephen Thomson, Hong Kong, Alexander Braun, Berlin
Part IV In Tech We Trust?–written by Sarah Lohmann, Washington D.C., Thomas Reinhold, Hamburg, Peter Leibküchler, Nanjing, Nadine Zurkinden, Bern, Hans-Wilhelm Dünn, Berlin, Thomas Hemker, Hamburg
Part V The Future of Education and Work–written by Martina Ferracane, Milan, Fré Ilgen, Berlin, Markus Deimann, Hagen, Barbara Getto, Essen, Lina Huertas et. al., Coventry
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