Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

J. Musil, A. Musil, D. Weyns, S. Biffl:
"Society-Level Software Governance: A Challenging Scenario";
Talk: Online Conference 42nd International Conference on Software Engineering Workshops (ICSEW´20), SEoul, Südkorea; 2020-06-27 - 2020-07-19; in: "42nd International Conference on Software Engineering Workshops", (2020), ISBN: 9781450379632; 307 - 308.

English abstract:
The technology-driven transformation process continues to spawn
novel, growth-oriented digital application domains and platforms.
The user base of these society-level software systems consists of a
larger proportion of the community and that involve a large set of
stakeholder groups. In case of an incident there is a public demand
from a variety of stakeholders for multilateral intervention in order
to correct the behavior of the software system. For software engineering as a technical discipline that has been fostered and matured
in corporate and organizational context, this is a major challenge
because it has to deal with a multitude of multidisciplinary stakeholders and their concerns. In order to stimulate further discussions,
we discuss software governance on societal level and identify future
research challenges of this increasingly relevant topic.

governance, society-level software systems, software engineering

"Official" electronic version of the publication (accessed through its Digital Object Identifier - DOI)

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