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IN STRATEGIC THINKING LEGACY : SAY 100 YEARS, THE GREAT FOUNDER FRAMERS of The World Students Society will ensure that the students design, build, operate, and maintain their very own Internet Of Things.

! Rabo, Dee, Salar, Jordan, Bilal, Vishnu, Zilli, Hussain, Lakshmi, Dantini, Zaeem, Ali, Hamza, Maynah, Hanyia, Merium,  Mustafa, Mujtaba, Maria, Eden, and Sofia to copy. 

I will leave the design with Rabo-Dee !

The technologies underlying ''! The Internet of Things !'' are now being used to create a derivative Internet of Bodies. Wearable computers as well as implantable devices like pacemakers and brain chips are connected to each other in the cloud.

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE OFTEN SCARES US. If you think going for a ride in a self-driving car requires a leap of faith, try having your life depend on an autonomous pancreas hitched to your belt whose algorithms are, for you, the difference between life and death.

THE PURPOSE OF THE INTERNET OF THINGS is to collect and analyze data that can be used to control things and through them regulate and modify human behavior.

THE INTERNET OF THINGS LINKS everything from instruments in home security to systems and surveillance systems to Global Positioning Systems and -

And servers in high-speed financial networks all the way down to the ''pancreas network'' to which I belong through my device's manufacturers. In some cases, these connected devices require intentional human interaction. In other cases, the network operates without human agents.

But let me begin at the beginning by saying : My pancreas has a mind of its own. I have type 1 diabetes, so my pancreas does not produce the life essential insulin that a normal pancreas secretes. Instead I carry on my belt a medical device - in effect -

In effect, an artificial pancreas - whose brain interacts on its own with continuously updated data transmitted to it by a glucose monitor with implanted sensors.

These data are uploaded in the cloud where they can be seen by my doctor, the pump and monitor manufacturers, and I don't know who else. As long as the pump keeps working correctly, I receive just the amount of insulin I need to survive. If it crashes or its hacked, I could die.

LATE in life, I find myself enmeshed in a technological revolution that raises profound questions about what once was known as human being. Where does my body begin? Where does it end? What is natural? What is artificial? Who owns the pancreas and its data?

This revolution is the result of six closely related developments : ultra high-speed networked computers; huge quantities of data gathered from the Internet and other sources; expansion of wireless networks; explosive growth of mobile devices; rapid proliferation of low cost miniaturized sensors; and radical changes in artificial intelligence.

With the move from mainframe to personal computers, and then to hand-held devices, there has been a progressive miniaturization and decentralization of data processing machines.

My artificial pancreas represents a stunning new stage in this process; it is part of the emergent Internet of Things - by which scattered devices are now being connected and enabled to talk to each other.

The purpose of the Internet of Things is to collect and analyze data that can be used to control things and through them regulate and modify human behavior.

Miniaturized sensors transmit data from mobile and wearable devices that can be stored, processed and transmitted to create an environment of ubiquitous computing within which all things, bodies and minds can be tracked everywhere, all the time.

While the deployment of these pervasive and invasive technologies for nefarious political and economic purposes has been widely discussed and criticized, the no less important lifesaving medical applications of the same technologies are frequently overlooked.

The Honor and Serving of the Latest Global Operational Research on The Internet Of Things, continues. The World Students Society thanks author Professor Mark C. Taylor, who teaches religion at Columbia University.

With respectful dedication to the Grandparents, Parents, Students, Professors and Teachers of the world. See Ya all prepare and register for Great Global Elections on The World Students Society : wssciw.blogspot.com and Twitter - !E-WOW! - The Ecosystem 2011:

''' Facts - Fears '''

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