Using the contravision approach to elicit user reactions to future manufacturing technologies
posterposted on 2021-06-28, 15:24 authored by Adrian Marinescu, Elizabeth Argyle, Joshua Duvnjak, Max Wilson, Sarah Sharples, Glyn Lawson, Ella-Mae HubbardElla-Mae Hubbard, Laura JusthamLaura Justham
The future’s industrial workforce will be a product of today’s society. As manufacturing evolves to incorporate digital manufacturing technologies (DMTs), addressing societal concerns surrounding these technologies will support ethical and effective implementation. Using the ContraVision technique (Mancini, et al. 2010), we developed two videos showing fictional, futuristic utopian and dystopian perspectives on DMTs. These videos were used to elicit feedback from the public on perceptions of these technologies. Results showed that regardless of the utopic or dystopic condition, participants acknowledged benefits of such technologies despite expressing concerns, specifically identifying issues around ethical implementation and data security.
Digital Toolkit for optimisation of operators and technology in manufacturing partnerships (DigiTOP)
Engineering and Physical Sciences Research CouncilFind out more...
- Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering
SourceConnected Everything Festival 2021
- AM (Accepted Manuscript)
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