Internet of things

IoT (Internet of things) is devices that working by it self and aren’t dependent of another device (computer). IoT devices should as you want, if you want to connect with other devices you should have the possibility to do that and also if you want to use it offline it should be possible. A IoT devices are (from my perspective) or should be made to make your life easier. An example are smartwatches, they keeping an eye on you and telling about your health and also it can help you to tell what is going on, on your phone.
You can use a IoT devices everywhere and wherever you want. like the smartwatch, you can use it whenever you want, with internet or without. A smartwatch can you connect to the phone or computer if you want.

The best way to use a IoT devices is to always be online with it, so you can connect together different devices through cloud or something else (this is my perspective). But as I write early, it shouldn’t be necessary to be connected. You should have the possibility to chose how you want it and have possibility to be on a place without a connection to the internet world.

I would like to use “smart home” who is a part of IoT devices but i don’t want to use it if companies will collect and store data about me. If they starting to use mics, photo and all my IoT devices to collect information about me and then using it to promote me different brands or sell the information to me.

With Raspberry Pi can you build/create an old electronic device who aren’t smart. With rb pi can you inplant to the device and make it to work online.

  • Every thing with electronic could be IoT
  • Using cloud
  • Offline or online
  • Make life easier
  • Smart home, devices who telling you what it need (smart thrasher, telling when its full)
  • Only our thoughts can stop us from what could be a IoT devices.

Ethics

1, Personal story

During the upper secondary school, did I and four other students start a company (young entrepreneur). The company was focus to help people with their technology problems. It could be to configure computers, do backups, clean from virus, take backup of vhs, setup network at home or whatever you needed help with.
When we run this company it could happens sometimes that I got very irritate on the other guys, because they didn’t do much to get the company to run…
I had to take care of a lot of stuffs. Do the economic part, take care of customers, get the company to move forward by advertising. So after a while, did they choose me to the manager of the company instead of another guy. That meant I got even more responsibilities to take care of the company.

I got irritate because every time we got a customer, I had to take care of them and help them with their problems. None of the other guys wanted…
They just wanted to take the fun stuff and nothing else.

But after all, after this year with an own company and working together with other students, I learned a lot about entrepreneur. It’s not easy at all to start a business and run, you have to think about a lot of stuffs. Like how to get starting money to run the company, how to keep the economic to be alright and also how important it is to have a well working group who is ready to work hard. It is very important that all guys have almost the same goal, at least that everyone is accepting the same thoughts about the company.

2.  What of the IITPs 8 ethical tenets does your story relate to?


So when I’m looking back and compare with ethics rules, can I see that I broke against some laws but I also used some laws and learned.
The first one “Good faith”, I broke that several times… Maybe not good for a manager but when I had to do almost all work, it is easy to get frustrated and be angry. It was difficult to keep calm.
Number three “community-focus” was maybe also a rule who got broken sometimes, it maybe wasn’t good enough with the communication between us.
But when I took most of the work, took care of the economic and the company I learned a lot. When I took care of the customer, I developed myself to not be afraid/nervous to talk with other people (I was a bit nervous to speak with strangers before) and instead I visited people at home and created a good relationship with the customer at that moment. Some customer returned and asked for more help. Rule number five “Continues development”, I always learn something new and developed me each day.

I used my skills I learned and developed it even more in the reality, which did me even stronger to believe in myself and take care of more customers. Rule number four “skills”.

“3.  The 8 tenets are not listed in order of importance.  If you were to chose the 3 most important tenets what would they be and why?”

“1. Good faith – Members shall treat people with dignity, good faith and equality; without discrimination; and have consideration for the values and cultural sensitivities of all groups within the community affected by their work;“
Good faith is important to have a well working group and it is important to have patience, because everyone isn’t fast worker and you should NEVER discriminate someone, always be kind and critically in a good way.

“2. Continuous Development – Members shall develop their knowledge, skills and expertise continuously through their careers, contribute to the collective wisdom of the profession, and actively encourage their associates to do likewise;”
It always good to develop yourself. Just because you got the job you want and getting older you should never stop developing yourself, you can never get enough of knowledge, always something to learn. This is especially important in IT because everything is changing so fast.

“3. Informed Consent – Members shall take reasonable steps to inform themselves, their clients or employers of the economic, social, environmental or legal consequences which may arise from their actions;”
Every change who happen, you have to inform other. If you get some problem, it is good to tell all people who is involved in it. So they know the reason why it takes so long time.

4.  What is NMITs relationship with IITP and what are the benefits of this for nmits students?

“Nmit is one of the first to be accredited by iitp” which give students at a bachelor of IT, graduate the opportunity to work world wild. Before did student have to work for a few years to seek a work overseas.

Bibliography

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Internationalisation

“which type of business would benefit the most from internationalisation?”

All the large business would get most use from internationalization. Probably they need to expand the company after a while because the company have been too big for the country they started in and want to go “worldwide”. They will have use of it when they using different language when the communicate or selling products to customer with different language. With today’s society it will be very easy for the business to expand to world wild.
But even small company could need to use internationalisation to import products from other country, a cheaper place or a better place where they produce the product.

 

“Which kind of countries would most benefit from internationalisation?”

Small country, countries with a bad economy or country with cold climate.
A small country like Sweden is necessary of internationalise because they need to import food, technology and a lot of other things. Just because of it small population and the cold climate it is necessary to import food from other country because it’s too difficult and expensive to grow own food during the winter. Also it’s not enough with resources to build a good society by resources from their own country.
With a country like China who had a bad economy and a lot of poor people it is very necessary with exporting their products and items. Just because of their cheap resources for product they have got a lot of country who want to buy items from china and that helping China to build a better economy. Their export is very big and good.

 

Bibliography

Internet resources
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internationalization

Copyleft

1. “Do you think that copying is always theft or not – explain your reasons?”

Copying is something everyone do and I don’t think it is stealing. If we weren’t allowed at all to copy others stuff, the world would developed very slowly.
We need to have the possibility to copy others things so we don’t always have to start from zero to create the thing we want.
Sure, if someone copying your thing and using exactly the same to earn money and get credit for it, then it is stealing.

Like in the music world and especially the techno/house music genre it is a lot of copy of each music. But they copy another’s music and then changing it to their own music.
And almost all the artist in this genre like that people taking their music to create something else, they almost always honor the other artist song, what a “cool” mix they did.

2. “Who is Larry Lessig and what part has he played in the copyright/copyleft debate?”

He is a professor of law and leadership, he working at “Harvard Law School” and an activist. He was one of the guys who founded “Creative Commons”.
“creative Commons” is an organization to expanding the range of creative works so other can take advantage of it and create something else or what they now want to do with it. “Creative Commons” used to share people’s works for free.

“Creative Commons”

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