Orientation of IT towards Human Being - the Paradigm (2016)

Plochberger, Franz Orientation of IT towards Human Being - the Paradigm (2016)., 2016 [Report]

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At the beginning of our Age of Information, the 21th century, the influence of IT (Information Technology) got so important that all parts of human live and society where involved. Especially Media Industry started a great hype which is not finished till now. Mobile Media have got a really up to date part of especially young society. On the level of serious science it has been up to date to use the word Information in all reports and publishing papers. A lot of semantics have been used and some scientists (Prof. FLEISSNER, Prof. HOFKIRCHNER, Prof. CAPURRO and the author) tried to abstract this word to a constant scientific term. So for first time the author tried a worldwide unifying definition of the terms Information and Data. It’s importance is documented by the topic "Information Scientific Axioms". In second part – based on it – Clues for generally evidence of Information are written down. They are a set of informationscientific terms - excerpted out of real nature and society. The way of Information between Object and Subject or involving Human Being in big and complex machine systems (aeroplanes, ships and industrial productions) made it necessary to think additionally about the general usage of Information. As a useful result many relationships to other sciences are possible. They bring the benefit to be unifying and scientifically worldwide structuring. As next research object general forms of actual Information are investigated. As final result for future the author asks: "How can we make Information – in all forms – more positive and precious for Human Being?". This is a new, scientific topic for the future of IT and human society.

Item type: Report
Keywords: Information Sciences, Informationscientific Axioms, Information as term, Orientation of IT as paradigm, Theory of Systems, Relation, Relationship, Attachment, Attention, Regard, Vigilance, Alertness, Awareness, Readiness.
Subjects: B. Information use and sociology of information
B. Information use and sociology of information > BA. Use and impact of information.
Depositing user: DI Franz Plochberger
Date deposited: 31 May 2016 10:09
Last modified: 31 May 2016 10:09
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10760/29389


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