Jamais Cascio, cofounder of Worldchanging and prominent futurist, has coined the term participatory panopticon to denote a positive aspect of this selfmonitoring. Rise of the Participatory Panopticon I'm at a future of video workshop at the Institute for the Future today, and the topic of the participatory panopticon has come up. For people who are new to the concept, here's the original discussion of the participatory panopticon, the text of a Jamais Cascio first ran into David Brin in the pages of Time magazine 1996, debating the topic of anonymity on the Internet.
David posited that it was obsolete and problematic; Jamais argued that it was fundamental and often politically necessary. James Cascio" The idea of the emerging participatory panopticon scares a lot of people. That's not surprising; after all, there are numerous ways in which a world in which millions of us carry alwayson, mobile networked recorders could lead to invasions of privacy, harassment of the powerless, and an increased coarsening of public discourse.
Cascio graduated in 1988 from the University of California, majoring in anthropology and history. Career. Cascio was Technology Manager at Global Business Network and Director of Impacts Analysis for the Center for Responsible Nanotechnology. In 2009, Cascio was listed as one of Foreign Policy Magazine's top 100 Global Thinkers. Participatory panopticon is a world in which we record our lives as well as the lives of those around us. Where everything is potentially on the record, often from multiple perspectives; not only is privacy a thing of the past but potentially secrecy as well.
The participatory panopticon has turned us all into the prison guards and the inmates at the same time. It has blurred the lines between private and public, online and offline.
It might well bring about the end of public misbehaviour. Feb 19, 2013 Jamais Cascio resides in the San Francisco Bay Area Cascio received his undergraduate degree from UC Santa Cruz and later attended UC Berkeley. In the 1990s, Cascio worked for the futurist and Feb 19, 2018 Why the Internet of Things is designed for corporations, not consumers The futurist Jamais Cascio labeled this phenomenon the" participatory panopticon, " way back in 2005.
Cascio The Massive Metadata Machine: Liberty, Power, and Secret Mass Surveillance in the U. S. and Europe BRYCE CLAYTON N 5 Jamais Cascio, The Rise of the Participatory Panopticon, WORLD CHANGING Mobile ContentThe Participatory Panopticon, Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Human Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Therefore, concepts such as participatory panopticon (Cascio, 2006) are contradictory or, at best, redundant, if the internalizing of the gaze is interpreted as a form of pseudoparticipation.
Jamais Cascio, 2006. The rise of the participatory panopticon, WorldChanging, This paper explores the relationship between liberty and security implicated by Jamais Cascio, The Rise of the Participatory Panopticon, World Changing, May, 4, 2005, at Kramer, Erika Reponen and Marianna Obrist, MobiMundi: exploring the impact of usergenerated mobile content the participatory panopticon, Proceedings of