Katleen Gabriels: ‘Quantified otherness’: Does continuous technical connectivity destabilize our moral connectedness?

Smartphones, mobile applications, and computing services are omnipresent in our daily lives. Mobile and wearable computers interact wireless with numerous sensors from a distance (Scoble & Israel, 2014, p. xx). Their omnipresence makes sure that we are never unconnected from the network of ubiquitous information and, via that network, from others. Our situation is one of ‘continuous connectivity’.

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