IB ITGS AREAS OF IMPACT

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Mind Map on IB ITGS AREAS OF IMPACT, created by san wis on 04/11/2017.
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IB ITGS AREAS OF IMPACT
1 1. Business and Employment
1.1 Transportation

Annotations:

  • Rreservation systems, luggage processing, navigation, scheduling and distribution, traffic simulation, smart roads and cars, fuel efficiency and traffic safety systems
1.2 Employment

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  • electronic employee monitoring, telecommuting, ergonomics and health, job obsolescence and retraining, online job search, employee surveillance
1.3 Ecommerce

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  • teleshopping, online marketing, data mining, spyware
1.3.1 Teleshopping
1.3.2 Online marketing
1.3.3 Data minging
1.3.4 Spyware
1.4 Banking and finance:

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  • EFT, ATMs, Internet banking and brokerage, electronic cash, insurance
1.4.1 eft
1.4.1.1 Electronic funds transfer (EFT) is the electronic transfer of money from one bank account to another, either within a single financial institution or across multiple institutions, via computer-based systems, without the direct intervention of bank staff.
1.4.2 ATM
1.4.3 Internet Banking and brokerage
1.4.4 Electronic cash
1.5 International commerce

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  • management of transnational corporations, business concentration
2 2. Education
2.1 Computer-aided learning

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  • Science experiments   • Social studies • Modeling and simulation  • Instructional tools and media I •Computer-aided instruction  • Computer aided learning 
2.2 Telelearning

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  • Isolated and remote areas  • Use in hospitals Use in hospitals • Prisons Prisons • Retirement homes
2.3 Software in school administration

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  • Record keeping  • Scheduling  • Intranets Intranets • Public information information
2.4 Training

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  • Tutorials   Simulators
2.4.1 Social and Ethical Issues The balance in responsibility between an individual and an organization for training The need for IT companies to consider global and cultural diversity when preparing training and tutorial software The requirement of orgnaizations to provide training when implementing change.
2.4.1.1 Tutorial Software training Software wizards and assistants help menu and help features "Read Me" files
2.5 Modification of hardware and software f for special needs

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  • Voice recognition software  • Text-to-speech • Special input and output devices  • Internet resources 
3 3. Health
3.1 Patient data

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  •  Privacy  Data analysis    Public health 
3.2 Computer-related injuries
3.2.1
3.3 Diagnostic and therapeutic tools

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  • Robotic surgery • Prosthetic devices  • Diagnostic software  • Drug development and marketing
3.4 Telemedicine:

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  • • Service delivery to isolated and remote  areas
4 4. Arts, Entertainment and Leisure
4.1 Television and cinema

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  • Digital simulations  • Characters and animation Digital effects  • Choreography  • Lighting  • Marketing
4.2 Portable, downloadable music

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  • Electronic music  • Interactive visual art  • Desktop publishing 
4.3 Computer games

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  • CD or online games C • Online gambling 
4.4 Broadcast media:

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  • Digital radio and television  electronic news
4.4.1
5 5. Science and Environment
5.1 Data

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  • Data search „ Collection   Processing and analysis   Forecasting  Data logging 
5.2 Computer recycling
5.3 Modelling and simulation:

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  • Digital experimentation • Demographic and environmental simulation 
5.3.1 Social and Ethical Issues Reliability of predictions based on computer models, for example, weather, global warming economic effects of the use of models to design and test new products security issues involved in military simulations social impact of reliance on simulations to examine issues of public policy responsibility of the designer for accuracy of assumptions underlying the model ethical considertions involved in deciding when to use models or simulation to ensure human safety.
5.3.1.1 Key terms model simulation feedback loop faulty or hidden assumptions extent and effect of the simplification of reality extent to which the phenomenon being modelled is understood processing power needed to create complex models visualization of information correspndence of the model wth reality
5.4 Forecasting
5.5 Visualization

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  • • Mapping 
6 6. Politics and government
6.1 Politics process

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  • Voting and elections  • Lobbying 
6.2 State security
6.3 Government administration

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  • Record keeping  • Tax collection  • Policy implementation
6.4 Rebel and terrorist
6.4.1
6.5 Police

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  • DNA data collection • Video surveillance 
6.5.1 Surveillance
6.6 Military

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  • Cyberwarfare  • Smart weapons development  • Espionage 
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