Meetup XV: 1. Eclipse IoT // 2. Machine Ethics for the IoT

Oct 27, 2016 · Frankfurt am Main, Germany

First Talk (7 pm): Implementing IoT Architectures using Open Source Software

Benjamin Cabé, IoT Evangelist at the Eclipse Foundation

IoT is the new black, and you sure want to be trendy and cool, and claim that you're doing IoT too!

In this session Benjamin will provide some insight into the key characteristics of IoT solutions, and in particular the three typical software stacks one has to deploy on the devices (sensors and actuators), on the gateways, and in cloud/server backends. He will be giving an overview of the open source projects available today that can be used for implementing these stacks, with a particular focus on Eclipse IoT projects. Eclipse IoT has 26 open source projects building technology for IoT devices, IoT gateways and IoT cloud platforms.
Any topic you would like to see covered in more details, please let us know in the comments below, the scope of the talk can certainly be –slightly!– adapted.

Speaker bio: Benjamin Cabé, Internet of Things enthusiast and Evangelist at the Eclipse Foundation, has years of experience in connecting things, big and small, together. He is advocating the use of open source technologies to build Internet of Things solutions, which led him to cofound the Eclipse IoT Working Group in 2011. This working group has become a thriving community of 25+ open source projects, hundreds of developers, and thousands of users who are creating together the open source technology needed for IoT.

Second Talk (starting at approx. 8.30 pm): Roboter, Raumschiffe, Replikatoren:
Die Philosophie der Künstlichen Intelligenz und die Ökonomie der Zukunft

Abstract: Werden Künstliche Intelligenzen bald intelligenter sein als wir Menschen? Werden Roboter eines Tages Bewusstsein und Willensfreiheit haben? Sollten wir Robotern dann Rechte zugestehen? Wie können wir Robotern beibringen, tugendhaft zu handeln? Was sind die ökonomischen Konsequenzen der Künstliche-Intelligenz-Explosion? Gibt es physikalische Grenzen des Wachstums? Welche überraschenden Folgen haben unsere Entscheidungen heute für die ferne Zukunft des Universums - und umgekehrt? Wir betrachten diese und andere faszinierende Fragen durchs Prisma der Philosophie, der Physik und der Ökonomie.

Speaker: Julian Arndts
Julian Arndts ist Mathematiker, Ökonom, Philosoph und Unternehmer. Er ist Mitbegründer der Nexus-Akademie für Philosophie, Politik und Ökonomie, der Kontroversenseminare sowie der Freiheitlichen Wochenenden. Er ist oft Redner bei der Friedrich-Naumann-Stiftung für die Freiheit, bei der Friedrich-August-von-Hayek-Gesellschaft, bei den Students for Liberty und bei zahlreichen anderen Organisationen.

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