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About the Speech:
In his address, Professor Luciano Floridi will examine the revolution in information that has taken place since the middle of the 20th Century and its implications for a world that is becoming more digital and more data-orientated. The democratization and socialization of information that has come from technological development and innovation has increased the transparency of every aspect of life, from health to personal finance. This will impact significantly on how individuals relate to each other and to society, as the boundaries between online and offline lives blur. Professor Floridi will present his ethical framworke to deal with these challenges.
Gepubliceerd op 19 feb. 2015
Physicist Vlatko Vedral explains to Aleks Krotoski why he believes the fundamental stuff of the universe is information and how he hopes that one day everything will be explained in this way
The term ‘information’ in colloquial speech is currently predominantly used as an abstract mass-noun used to denote any amount of data, code or text that is stored, sent, received or manipulated in any medium.
All information is information about something and therefore metadata.
Information is a high-frequency and low-content phrase that permeates our ordinary language without attracting much attention, since its meaning has long eroded.
During the effectuation of a process, project or other activity recording of relevant information with its context for use and reuse in usable, findable and reliable form, contained and fixed in information objects in a way that use, management and persistence of it is verifiable ensured during the retention period that does justice to the retention interests.
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