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- DescriptionIn addition to common forms of spatial units such as satellite imagery and street views, emerging automatic identification techlogies are exploring the use of microchip implants in order to further track an individual's personal data, identity, location, and condition in real time. <br><br><em>Uberveillance and the Social Implications of Microchip Implants: Emerging Techlogies</em> presents case studies, literature reviews, ethgraphies, and frameworks supporting the emerging techlogies of RFID implants while also highlighting the current and predicted social implications of human-centric techlogies. This book is essential for professionals and researchers engaged in the development of these techlogies as well as providing insight and support to the inquiries with embedded micro techlogies.
- Author Biography<strong>Dr M. G. Michael</strong> PhD, MA(Hons), MTh, BTh, BA is a theologian and historian with cross-disciplinary qualifications in the humanities. Michael brings with him a unique perspective on Information Technology and Computer Science. His formal studies are in Ancient History, Theology, Philosophy, Political Sociology, Ethics, and Government. He has studied at Sydney University, the Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki, the Sydney College of Divinity, Macquarie University, and at the Australian Catholic University. Presently he is an honorary senior fellow in the School of Information Systems and Technology, Faculty of Informatics at the University of Wollongong, Australia. He is currently a member of the IP Location-Based Services Research Program in the Centre for Business Services Science where he provides expertise on ethical issues and the social implications of technology. He is the former coordinator of Information & Communication Security Issues and since 2005 has guest-lectured and tutored in Location-Based Services, IT & Citizen Rights, Principles of eBusiness, IT & Innovation, and Professional Practice and Ethics. The focus of his current research extends to modern hermeneutics and the Apocalypse of John; the historical antecedents of modern cryptography; the auto-ID trajectory; and more broadly the system dynamics between technology and society.<br><br>Since 2006, Michael has presented papers at numerous IEEE conferences including the International Conference on Mobile Business, the International Conference on Mobile Computing and Ubiquitous Networking, RFID Eurasia, the International Conference on Management of Innovation and Technology, and other venues such as Cultural Attitudes Towards Technology and Communication. He has written papers for <em>Quadrant, Prometheus, the IEEE Symposium on Technology and Society</em>, and the <em>Bulletin of Biblical Studies</em>. In 2007, Michael was invited to speak on the uberveillance concept he described, in the ubiquitous computing track at the 29th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners' in Montreal, Canada. In 2009 uberveillance was voted top in the technology category in Macquarie Dictionary's Word of the Year search. Michael is a member of the Australian Research Council (ARC)-funded Research Network for a Secure Australia, a member of the American Academy of Religion, an associate member of the Association Internationale d' Etudes Patristiques and a Life Member of the APF (Australian Privacy Foundation). Michael has been the recipient of a number of scholarships and awards.
- PublisherIdea Group,U.S.
- Date of Publication30/12/2013
- SubjectSocial Issues, Services & Welfare
- Series TitleAdvances in Human and Social Aspects of Technology Book Series
- Place of PublicationHarrisburg, PA
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintIdea Group,U.S.
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight1460 g
- Width216 mm
- Height280 mm
- Spine28 mm
- Edited byKatrina Michael,M. G. Michael
- Format DetailsLaminated cover
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