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Proposal: "Managing Multiplicity in the Solid World"
Developers will bear the brunt of constructing IT relationships within the Solid world, making sense of big data outcomes, and managing relationships between people and technologies. PoSR, a framework for these relationships, can be applied to this new paradigm. I discuss enabling more robust messaging through Thing Theory, social aware software agents applied in carefully considered contexts.
My work with Dr. Michael Fischer for the past several years examines the message and communications structure that will emerge from the new paradigm of the software-enhanced, physically networked world. We have published this work within the IEEE/Auto UI/IoT and IUI communities. This talk specifically addresses the complexities that arise from multiplexed multiple messaging between human/human, human/machine and machine/machine communication and offer strategies for development to manage what will emerge in this system.