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Monday 2 July 2012

Interview with Michel Quesnel (university professor) about the book : Internet des Objets, Internet mais en mieux (Internet of Things, a better Internet?) by Philippe Gautier & Laurent Gonzales (Afnor Edition 2001)

Original text formerly posted in this site, in French : available at "ORIGINAL TEXT".


Kindly translated by Peter Fogg (Parramatta, Australia).

Questions by....
MQ : Michel Quesnel

Replies by....
PG : Philippe GAUTIER

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Saturday 11 February 2012

Entretien avec Michel Quesnel, universitaire, autour du livre : "L’Internet des objets, Internet mais en mieux" - de Philippe Gautier & Laurent Gonzales (Afnor éditions 2011).


Entretien avec Michel Quesnel, universitaire, autour du livre : L’Internet des objets, Internet mais en mieux(1) - de Philippe Gautier & Laurent Gonzales (Afnor éditions 2011).


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Wednesday 13 July 2011

Flyers of the book / Prospectus du livre

Here are the links to download the flyers of the book in both English and French. Voici les liens pour télécharger les prospectus relatifs au livre en Français et en Anglais.

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Sunday 10 July 2011

A new book on the Internet of Things

This book is an essay on the future of the Internet and the - now necessary - contribution of both sciences of complexity and cybernetics in information systems to meet the new challenges of sensory technologies (NFC, RFID, Barcodes, GPS, etc.) and open value chains. This essay discusses the particular impacts on economics, sociology and governance....

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Wednesday 28 April 2010

Which economic model for the Internet of Things ?

If things come to bear their “raison d'être" (see former post: http://www.i-o-t.org/post/3questionstoPhilippeGAUTIERbyDavidFayon), it may be necessary to give or teach them new ethical values, otherwise they will catalyze some (already existing) chaos in our economic systems ...

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