Part of Amsterdam eWeek

Amsterdam eWeekThe 2017 edition of the Internet of People Event was part of the The Amsterdam eWeek.

About The Amsterdam eWeek
The Amsterdam eWeek is an Emerce initiative in close cooperation with several participants, sponsors and the City of Amsterdam. After the succesful launch in 2013, starts the fifth edition of eWeek in October 2017.

The goal of Amsterdam eWeek is to provide a platform for national and international companies that focus on online marketing, media and technology and for business managers and entrepreneurs who use them, whether it comes to retail, healthcare, finance, game industry or media. The latest developments and trends in digital marketing, media, e-business, e-commerce, online development and online technology will be discussed, the best practices will be presented, experiences can be exchanged and the corporate network can be increased.

The Amsterdam eWeek starts on Monday the 2nd of October 2017. During the week throughout the city a range of conferences, workshops, walk-ins, dinners, networking events, meet-ups and parties will be organized. Including Emerce eDay, eRetail Europe, eNight.Internet of People Event

About Internet of People Event
The Internet of People Event took place on October 03, 2017, at B.Amsterdam, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Internet of People (IoP) = Internet of Things (IoT) + the ’WOW’ factor, The Human. In the following years we will see an entirely new Internet emerging, as the Internet unleashes itself from the creators’ intentions and develops in transformative ways. Humans are shaping the future of this new human Internet. When things get smarter, how do humans and things cooperate? The conference will address this social aspect of the internet, the internet of humans.

Focus topics:

  • Interaction between things and humans
  • The Human Internet vs the Machine Internet
  • People as peripherals
  • Big Data; New open standards for personal data
  • Social impact of connected devices
  • Security and Privacy
  • Ethical issues
  • Cloud intelligence
  • Technology developments: Human body signal collection/ Biometric Sensors/ Improved human interface