Is man as author of these processes still visible? Is that political systems or management levels are too slow in the face of the dramatic acceleration of digital technology, to master it even final”, explained Brigadier General Karl H. Schreiner, who has formulated the foreword to CyberAge. We need the discussion of where and how we set complexity limits so that man as author of these processes is visible again.” CyberAge, this debate will prepare the technological and ethical ground. In armed conflicts, for example, must be “cyberspace after land, sea, air and information space understood as a fifth operation area and by a kind of Hague Cyberkriegsordnung” reverse is governs. The authors Dr.-ing. Peter Asaro follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. Norbert Hering, Prof. eng. Professional engineer, mountain engineer and cyberneticist is (hrsg.).
He worked as Chief Scientist in the industrial plant engineering. After his time as a Board member in a large company of plant engineering, he was at various universities of research and Assistant Professor in the fields of Cybernetics, marine raw material research and social engineering. Herring is engaged as a consultant for the Fuhrungsakademie of der Bundeswehr. His journalistic core subjects are human/machine/product interfaces and Cyber Science. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Paul Daversa. Dr. Hartwig von Schubert is theologian and Protestant military Dean at the Fuhrungsakademie of der Bundeswehr in Hamburg. His focus is military and political ethics.
He graduated from the University of Heidelberg to the Protestant ethics and biotechnology. From November 2009 to March 2010, he accompanied the 21st German contingent of ISAF, in the The North of Afghanistan. He has published on issues of applied ethics. Information about Norbert Hering (ed.) and Hartwig of Schubert CyberAge – man and cyber in the challenges and conflicts of the 21st century”, Cologne 2012, Wolters Kluwer Germany, 1st Edition, 172 pages, ISBN bound: 978-3-452-27801-2, euro 49,-contact: Andrea Nordhoff corporate Wolters Kluwer Germany GmbH Luxemburger Strasse 449 50939 Cologne phone: + 49 (0) 221 94373 7948 E-Mail: about Wolters Kluwer the Wolters Kluwer Germany GmbH is a knowledge – and information service provider with core competencies in the areas of law, Economy and taxes. Wolters Kluwer Germany provides in-depth technical information in the form of literature, software, and services for professional users. The company has its headquarters in Cologne, Germany at over 20 locations, with a workforce of around 1,200 and operates over 25 years of experience in the German market. Wolters Kluwer Germany is part of the leading international Informationsdienstleisters Wolters Kluwer n.v. headquartered in Alphen aan den Rijn (Netherlands). The company’s core markets are legal, economic, tax, accounting, corporate and financial services and healthcare; The target group are professionals. The shares are listed on the Euronext Amsterdam (WKL), also in the AEX and the Euronext 100 index. Wolters Kluwer has annual sales (2011) of 3.4 billion, employs approximately 19,000 people and is represented in over 40 countries in Europe, North America and the Asia/Pacific region and Latin America.