PRIAM: Privacy Issues and AMbient intelligence
PRIAM is an INRIA funded cooperative research action (ARC)
The techniques under development in the field of ambient intelligence may soon lead to a society where people are surrounded by intelligent objects capable of interacting in an unobtrusive and often invisible way. While many applications of ambient intelligence benefit to the users, these new techniques also present enormous technical challenges for privacy and security because of the huge amount of behavioral, personal and even biological data being recorded and disseminated.
The PRIAM project addresses these issues in a transversal and multidisciplinary way, favoring the exchange of ideas between lawyers and experts from the information and communication technology.
mobility, ambient intelligence, ubiquitous computing, spontaneous information systems, self-configuration, peer to peer, P2P, ad-hoc networks, dynamic networks, pervasive systems, hybrid networks, WiFi, Bluetooth, GSM, GPRS, UMTS, internet of things, ubiquitous commerce, virtual home, invisible computer, wireless networks
RFID tag, radio frequency, identification, sensor, actuator, mobile phone, cellular phone, gateway, PDA
security, integrity, confidentiality, TPM, trusted computing, secure log, secure channel, trust management, risk, authentication, access control, DRM, content protection
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