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When will this type of visualisation be extended to the other than humans? Maybe it has been done already? For example, cattle are tagged and hence I can image a beef eating person would be able to visualise their beef eating footprint (of some sort)? What about products? If a machine2machine web becomes widely available, then one might be able to visualise one's consumption footprint?
Just wondering! Any ideas on what can be done already now?

Barbara Bok
Strategic Foresight
Research Assistant and Lecturer
Faculty of Business and Enterprise
Swinburne University of Technology
www.swinburne.edu.au/business
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