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A presentation made to the ASTN node meeting in Sydney at NSWIS, Wednesday 26 June 2013

A presentation made to the ASTN node meeting in Sydney at NSWIS, Wednesday 26 June 2013

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    130626 ASTN Sydney 130626 ASTN Sydney Presentation Transcript

    • Edges and EverydayPracticeKeith LyonsUniversity of Canberra
    • The paradigm shift rate is now doubling every decade,so the twenty-first century will see20,000 years of progress at today’s rate.Kurzweil (2013)
    • “the focus has now shifted to findMoneyball 3.0- and its pretty clear this new edge isgoing to be sports science.”BSPMPG (2013)
    • Sustaining Innovation
    • Value Network
    • Disruptive Innovation
    • Veillance
    • Photo Credit
    • Link
    • Smartworlds
    • 99% and 1%Photo Credit
    • Today• High performance sport• Commercialising• Knowledge discovery• Apparel and equipment• Stadia• Genetic profiling• Hubs and nodes
    • Photo Credit, Jeremy Roof, CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
    • Open Source HardwareOpen Source Software
    • While the social and philosophical ramifications ofthese changes will be profound, and the threats theypose considerable, we will ultimately merge withour machines, live indefinitely, and be a billion timesmore intelligent...all within the next three to fourdecades.Kurzweil (2013)
    • It seems therefore that technology plays a paradoxicalrole in sport. We embrace it as a means todrive us towards perfection yet we resist it when itthreatens to change sport from the faircontest of natural ability we believe it ought to be.Emily Ryall (2012)