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2018 | 13 | 2 |
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Przyszłość Internetu – pułapki prognozowania. Internet Rzeczy i Rzeczywistość Rozszerzona w kontekście militarnym

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Modern information technologies are double-edged weapons, because on the one hand, they provide a huge tactical advantage, but on the other, they are a source of many dangers. Therefore, when designing the most effective solutions in the field of IT security, one should examine contemporary trends and anticipate possible scenarios concerning the future of the Internet and online tools, because solutions suited to the current conditions may be ineffective in the future. This is due not only to technological factors related to the development of computer hardware or software, but also to decisions, cooperation and competition. It is impossible to specify all the factors that will determine the future of the Internet. Therefore, the author’s intention is to pay attention to only a few, subjectively selected tendencies. The aim of the article is indicating the possible directions of development of two Internet technologies – the Internet of Things and Augmented Reality, and analysing possible mistakes that could be made in the process. The second research goal is to identify threats that are a consequence of the more frequent and wider use of both technologies.
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Nowoczesne technologie informatyczne są bronią obusieczną, bo z jednej strony dają ogromną przewagę taktyczną, ale z drugiej są źródłem wielu niebezpieczeństw. Dlatego projektując najbardziej skuteczne rozwiązania w zakresie bezpieczeństwa informatycznego, należy badać współczesne trendy oraz przewidywać możliwe scenariusze przyszłości Internetu i narzędzi internetowych, bo rozwiązania przystosowane do obecnych warunków mogą być nieskuteczne w przyszłości. Mają na to wpływ m.in. czynniki technologiczne związane z rozwojem sprzętu komputerowego czy oprogramowania, a także decyzje, współdziałanie oraz współzawodnictwo. Wyznaczonym w artykule celem badawczym jest wskazanie możliwych kierunków rozwoju dwóch technologii internetowych – Internetu Rzeczy i Rzeczywistości Rozszerzonej – oraz błędów popełnianych przy prognozowaniu ich przyszłości. Drugim celem badawczym jest rozpoznanie zagrożeń będących konsekwencją coraz częstszego i szerszego stosowania obu technologii.
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13
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2
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2018
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2019-07-08
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