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  • Imperial College
    London
    Social Computing
    Group
    Cloud Computing
    &
    Cloud Services
    The Internet Way to Happiness
    John Darlington
    Social Computing Group
    Imperial College London
  • 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
  • Life-Management (Happiness) Apps: Requirements
    Reliable
    on 24/7…
    +
    Ubiquitous
    use anywhere…
    = Cloud
    +
    Persistent
    knows you…
    +
    Scalable
    can handle another million….
  • 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
  • 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
  • TotalCare Project
    Cloud-based Telecare Services
    Altruism as a Sustainable Economic Model
    Electronic Big Society
  • 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?
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Planning for Quality of Life
    EVENTS
    INFORMATION
    TASKS
    Work
    Family
    Leisure
    Health
    Energy
    NUDGE
    CHOICES & CONSEQUENCES
  • Stuff
    cocoon
    The Internet Cocoon
    Who you Are
    What You Want
    Useful Stuff
  • Thank You!