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|Title:||Information, Society and Technology|
|Authors:||BURGELMAN Jean-Claude; PUNIE YVES|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||This article argues that Ambient Intelligence (AmI) has the unique potential to bring something new in terms of the Information Society we are building. Firstly because the AmI concept is different compared to earlier technology visions and secondly because AmI offers opportunities to deal with Europe's specific challenges in ways that are "Euro-friendly". AmI is therefore more a new conceptual approach to IST innovation or even a paradigm than a well defined set of technologies or social practices. For Europe, and the European Union in particular, AmI is also a unique concept to promote a way of making sense of IST research in Europe that is based on European strengths and values.|
|JRC Directorate:||Growth and Innovation|
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