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Science Fiction: Past and Future Trends of Crisis Management

Abstract : This paper is a position paper, presenting an original but very anticipative and mainly imaginative vision of the evolution of the crisis management domain. After analyzing the options to make the past evolutions of that domain somehow explainable (mainly by analyzing the data of all the articles of the last fifteen editions of the ISCRAM conference), the paper aims at providing a framework to assess and evaluate the maturity of the domain of crisis management. Moreover, this framework is also used to tentatively infer some future evolutions and some directions that could be relevant, dangerous, tricky or of great benefit for the crisis management domain. These future trends are mainly based on the current maturity of crisis management (according to the proposed framework) and current or future influential practices, technologies or threats. It will be necessary to wait for fifteen years to see if these bets should be considered as accurate.
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Frederick Benaben, Lysiane Benaben. Science Fiction: Past and Future Trends of Crisis Management. ISCRAM 2020 - 17th International conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management, May 2020, Balcksburg, United States. p.1130-1139. ⟨hal-02892447⟩



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