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Media Future Week 2014: Media Responsibility

By Media Future Week

Introduction

Every year, Media Future Week (MFW) introduces the best students from up to ten different media schools to the transformation that our world is undergoing: the ways in which technological innovations are fundamentally altering our interactions with information. This year, MFW is all about Media Responsibility. With every view of the future students will be challenged to answer the following questions: what is the responsibility of the media professional? What is the role of media organisations? Of media consumers? Of society? What choices do we make when we produce and share information? With this flow, you can learn more about the issues concerning Media Responsibility. We’ve selected interesting articles, videos and presentations that introduce you to the central theme of MFW14. Enjoy learning!

Added by Media Future Week: “Two Selections by Marshall McLuhan. The Galaxy Reconfigured. The Medium Is the Message

1 Two Selections by Marshall McLuhan

iMMovator is a non-profit Cross Media Network. They stimulate the innovations and developments in the media industry. They organize different events such as the Media Future Week, Mediapark Jaarcongres and Cross Media Cafés to deliver this knowledge to different mediaprofessionals. Visit their website for more information. www.immovator.nl

Added by Media Future Week: “Interesting report on the dark site of social media, in Dutch

3 The Dark side of Social Media | Media Future Week

iMMovator is a non-profit Cross Media Network. They stimulate the innovations and developments in the media industry. They organize different events such as the Media Future Week, Mediapark Jaarcongres and Cross Media Cafés to deliver this knowledge to different mediaprofessionals. Visit their website for more information. www.immovator.nl

Added by Media Future Week: “Social Responsibility in the Media

4 Social Responsibility in the Media | Media Future Week

iMMovator is a non-profit Cross Media Network. They stimulate the innovations and developments in the media industry. They organize different events such as the Media Future Week, Mediapark Jaarcongres and Cross Media Cafés to deliver this knowledge to different mediaprofessionals. Visit their website for more information. www.immovator.nl

Added by Media Future Week: “Just before Thanksgiving 2013, Not Impossible's Mick Ebeling returned home from Sudan's Nuba Mountains where he set up what is probably the world's first 3D-printing prosthetic lab and training facility. More to the point of the journey is that Mick managed to give hope and independence back to a kid who, at age 14, had both his arms blown off and considered his life not worth living.

6 Project Daniel - Not Impossible's 3D Printing Arms for Children of War-Torn Sudan

Added by Media Future Week: “The line between public and private has blurred in the past decade, both online and in real life, and Alessandro Acquisti is here to explain what this means and why it matters. In this thought-provoking, slightly chilling talk, he shares details of recent and ongoing research — including a project that shows how easy it is to match a photograph of a stranger with their sensitive personal information.

7 Why privacy matters

Added by Media Future Week: “Thanks to new techniques and the possibility to combine any number of options, we are sitting on the forefront of great changes. Changes that will take place in the fields of economy, work, society, technology, media, marketing, entrepreneurship and science. “Singularity” ensures that all our problems will melt away. Not to mention 4D printing, Internet of Things, Sensors, Big Data, Google Glass and cognitive computer chips that think like we think, foresee what we need. How many years until everyone has their own robot or drone? “Newism” is the frantic beating heart of the online world; hyper-competition, globalization and super consumerism. Can you handle it? Because it’s coming! Major trends are coming your way.

8 Inspiration session 'Trendz: 2030, Here We Come' by Richard van Hooijdonk

Added by Media Future Week: “There is a discussion about Project X Haren: Who is responsible? Is it the 16 years old Merthe? The football hooligans include FC Groningen, FC Twente, FC Utrecht and Cambuur, Rob Bats former mayor of Haren of was it the social media?

9 Project X Haren: wat ging er mis?

Added by Media Future Week: “Being safe about your childs' security while respecting its privacy and giving trust.

10 SafeZone

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