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Cloud expo   John Darlington - Imperial College
Cloud expo   John Darlington - Imperial College
Cloud expo   John Darlington - Imperial College
Cloud expo   John Darlington - Imperial College
Cloud expo   John Darlington - Imperial College
Cloud expo   John Darlington - Imperial College
Cloud expo   John Darlington - Imperial College
Cloud expo   John Darlington - Imperial College
Cloud expo   John Darlington - Imperial College
Cloud expo   John Darlington - Imperial College
Cloud expo   John Darlington - Imperial College
Cloud expo   John Darlington - Imperial College
Cloud expo   John Darlington - Imperial College
Cloud expo   John Darlington - Imperial College
Cloud expo   John Darlington - Imperial College
Cloud expo   John Darlington - Imperial College
Cloud expo   John Darlington - Imperial College
Cloud expo   John Darlington - Imperial College
Cloud expo   John Darlington - Imperial College
Cloud expo   John Darlington - Imperial College
Cloud expo   John Darlington - Imperial College
Cloud expo   John Darlington - Imperial College
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    • 1. Imperial College
      London
      Social Computing
      Group
      Cloud Computing
      &
      Cloud Services
      The Internet Way to Happiness
      John Darlington
      Social Computing Group
      Imperial College London
    • 2.
    • 3. Internet
      +
      Feeds
      +
      Cloud Computing
      (internet-scale Computing)
      +
      Citizen-oriented Services
      =
      ?
      Why care? Social norms and the supply of unpaid care. Marina Della Giusta, Nigar Hashimzade and Sarah Jewell School of Economics, University of Reading January 27, 2010
    • 4. Life-Management (Happiness) Apps: Requirements
      Reliable
      on 24/7…
      +
      Ubiquitous
      use anywhere…
      = Cloud
      +
      Persistent
      knows you…
      +
      Scalable
      can handle another million….
    • 5. Why care? Social norms and the supply of unpaid care. Marina Della Giusta, Nigar Hashimzade and Sarah Jewell School of Economics, University of Reading January 27, 2010
      PEERSONA/Private Planet
    • 6.
    • 7.
    • 8. Why care? Social norms and the supply of unpaid care. Marina Della Giusta, Nigar Hashimzade and Sarah Jewell School of Economics, University of Reading January 27, 2010
      Care for the Elderly
      and
      Carer Communities
    • 9. TotalCare Project
      Cloud-based Telecare Services
      Altruism as a Sustainable Economic Model
      Electronic Big Society
    • 10.
    • 11.
    • 12.
    • 13. Participating Care Communities
      Patient
      Doctors
      Social Workers
      Carer, Carer’s Family
      Open Internet Community
      Befriending
      Communicating
      Monitoring
      Why care? Social norms and the supply of unpaid care. Marina Della Giusta, Nigar Hashimzade and Sarah Jewell School of Economics, University of Reading January 27, 2010
      Reciprocal Care Credits?
    • 14. Why care? Social norms and the supply of unpaid care. Marina Della Giusta, Nigar Hashimzade and Sarah Jewell School of Economics, University of Reading January 27, 2010
      Altruism
      “An unselfish concern for the welfare of others”
      Often with some element of expected reciprocity
      “For Free” as economic model for the Internet
      e.g. Wikipedia, Blogs, Open Source s/w
      An accepted economic model:
      Why care? Social norms and the supply of unpaid care. Marina Della Giusta, Nigar Hashimzade and Sarah Jewell School of Economics, University of Reading, January, 2010
    • 15. Why care? Social norms and the supply of unpaid care. Marina Della Giusta, Nigar Hashimzade and Sarah Jewell School of Economics, University of Reading January 27, 2010
      Healthcare Communities
    • 16. phrisk: Dr Paul Nelson
      A community service with government/public service interfaces
      Monitoring
      /
      Measurement
      NHS
      Community
      EPR
      GP and
      Hospital
      Consultations
      and Management
      Electronic Life Style Record
      Supportive
      Community
      Expert Advice
      Lifestyle Monitoring
      and Advice
      Blood Sugar
      Measurement
    • 17. Internet Big Society
      Overlapping Internet Communities of
      Empowered and Participating Citizens
      Why care? Social norms and the supply of unpaid care. Marina Della Giusta, Nigar Hashimzade and Sarah Jewell School of Economics, University of Reading January 27, 2010
    • 18. Public/Public Service Communities
      Healthcare
      Patient Doctor Communities
      Schools
      e-Science data driven studies
      Teacher/pupil/parent
      communities
      Museums, Galleries
      e-Government
      Public Fora
      National, Councils,
      Local, Hyper-local
    • 19. An Internet (Quality of) Life Planner
      Happiness
      Why care? Social norms and the supply of unpaid care. Marina Della Giusta, Nigar Hashimzade and Sarah Jewell School of Economics, University of Reading January 27, 2010
    • 20. 24/7 Connectivity is great for business but detrimental to many other important aspects of life
      There is only so much time
      How best to use it?
      Why care? Social norms and the supply of unpaid care. Marina Della Giusta, Nigar Hashimzade and Sarah Jewell School of Economics, University of Reading January 27, 2010
    • 21. Planning for Quality of Life
      EVENTS
      INFORMATION
      TASKS
      Work
      Family
      Leisure
      Health
      Energy
      NUDGE
      CHOICES & CONSEQUENCES
    • 22. Stuff
      cocoon
      The Internet Cocoon
      Who you Are
      What You Want
      Useful Stuff
    • 23. Thank You!

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