The Home In The Digital Age

Antonio Argandoña* (Editor), Joy Malala* (Editor), Richard Peatfield (Editor)

*Corresponding author for this work

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Abstract

The Home in the Digital Age is a set of multidisciplinary studies exploring the impact of digital technologies in the home, with a shift of emphasis from technology to the people living and using this in their homes. The book covers a wide variety of topics on the design, introduction and use of digital technologies in the home, combining the technological dimension with the cognitive, emotional, cultural and symbolic dimensions of the objects that incorporate digital technologies and project them onto people's lives. It offers a coherent approach, that of the home, which gives unity to the discussion. Scholars of the home, the house and the family will find here the connection with the problems derived from the use of domestic robots and connected devices. Students of artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotics, big data and other branches of digital technologies will find ideas and arguments to apply their disciplines to the home and participate fruitfully in forums where digital technologies are built and negotiated in the home. Experts from various disciplines psychologists and sociologists; philosophers, epistemologists and ethicists; economists; engineers, architects, urban planners and designers and so on and also those interested in developing policies for the home and family will find this book contains well-founded and useful ideas to focus their work.

Original languageEnglish
PublisherRoutledge
Number of pages216
ISBN (Electronic)9781000394337
ISBN (Print)9780367530174
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 31 May 2021

Keywords

  • artificial intelligence
  • Digital Technologies
  • Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing
  • Ethics

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