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Douglas Engelbart &
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 Augmenting Human Intellect
 Douglas Engelbart
•  In the early 1950s, Douglas Engelbart
   was struck with th...
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Dec. 9th, 1968
NLS (oN-Line System) demo at
FJCC 69 in San Francisco




Dec 8th-9th, 2008
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                     © 2009 MIT Media Laboratory, Hiroshi Ishii




Dec 8th-9th, 2008
Program for the Future ...
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Program for the Future
Global Design Challenge
http://thetechvirtual.org/projects/program-for-the-future/
the...
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Program for the Future
Global Design Challenge
http://thetechvirtual.org/projects/program-for-the-future/

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  1. 1. 5/14/09  Douglas Engelbart & Collective Intelligence MAS672 © 2009 MIT Media Laboratory, Hiroshi Ishii Dec. 9th, 1968 NLS (oN-Line System) demo at FJCC 69 in San Francisco © 2009 MIT Media Laboratory, Hiroshi Ishii 1 
  2. 2. 5/14/09  Augmenting Human Intellect Douglas Engelbart •  In the early 1950s, Douglas Engelbart was struck with the notion of using computers as thinking tools to augment the mind, ideas influenced by Vannevar Bush. •  After six years of work at the Augmentation Research Center (ARC) at the SRI, he created the world's first interactive information system, NLS (oN Line System). © 2009 MIT Media Laboratory, Hiroshi Ishii NLS (oN Line System) Douglas Engelbart, 1968 •  Demo at the FJCC (Fall Joint Computer Conference) in San Francisco on Dec. 8, 1968 •  The first knowledge machine that paved the way for the interactive personal computer as well as groupware. –  word processing, outline processing, split windows, hypermedia, mouse, one-hand KBD, shared documents, e-mail, filtering, desktop conferencing © 2009 MIT Media Laboratory, Hiroshi Ishii 2 
  3. 3. 5/14/09  Dec. 9th, 1968 NLS (oN-Line System) demo at FJCC 69 in San Francisco Dec 8th-9th, 2008 Program for the Future Conference © 2009 MIT Media Laboratory, Hiroshi Ishii Dec 8th-9th, 2008 Program for the Future Conference http://programforthefuture.org/ © 2009 MIT Media Laboratory, Hiroshi Ishii 3 
  4. 4. 5/14/09  © 2009 MIT Media Laboratory, Hiroshi Ishii Dec 8th-9th, 2008 Program for the Future Conference http://programforthefuture.org/ © 2009 MIT Media Laboratory, Hiroshi Ishii 4 
  5. 5. 5/14/09  Program for the Future Global Design Challenge http://thetechvirtual.org/projects/program-for-the-future/ the Tech Museum of Innovation in collaboration with the MIT Museum Your Challenge: Develop a practical method, tool or technology that connects people so that they collectively act more intelligently. We are looking for new ideas – even simple ideas – that help people work better and smarter together in some important area. The challenge embraces all areas of human endeavor – not just technical domains like computing or engineering but also the arts, business, economics, education, government, health, law, philanthropy, science and other spheres. Winning entries will be displayed in the participating museums. © 2009 MIT Media Laboratory, Hiroshi Ishii Program for the Future Global Design Challenge http://thetechvirtual.org/projects/program-for-the-future/ Background: The Program for the Future Global Design Challenge is inspired by the vision of Douglas C. Engelbart, who fifty years ago saw that the big problems mankind faced were growing faster than our ability to solve them. In response, Dr. Engelbart began his life-long quest to improve our collective intelligence. It is in that spirit that the Tech Museum of Innovation and the MIT Museum are sponsoring a design challenge to inspire innovators around the world to build the next generation of tools to augment our ability to think and work collectively.The Program for the Future Design Challenge is organized by the Tech Museum of Innovation in collaboration with the MIT Museum, under the supervision of a distinguished Board of Advisors © 2009 MIT Media Laboratory, Hiroshi Ishii 5 
  6. 6. 5/14/09  Program for the Future Global Design Challenge http://thetechvirtual.org/projects/program-for-the-future/ 2009 Design Challenge Timeline •  Dec. 8, 2008 2009 Design Challenge Launch •  Nov. 20, 2009 Entry Deadline for 2009 Challenge •  Dec. 9, 2009 Winners Announced •  Dec. 9, 2009 2010 Design Challenge Launch •  June, 2010 Tentative Exhibition Opening •  Nov. 20, 2010 Entry Deadline for 2010 Challenge © 2009 MIT Media Laboratory, Hiroshi Ishii Program for the Future Global Design Challenge http://thetechvirtual.org/projects/program-for-the-future/ 2009 Design Challenge Timeline •  Dec. 8, 2008 2009 Design Challenge Launch •  Nov. 20, 2009 Entry Deadline for 2009 Challenge •  Dec. 9, 2009 Winners Announced •  Dec. 9, 2009 2010 Design Challenge Launch •  June, 2010 Tentative Exhibition Opening •  Nov. 20, 2010 Entry Deadline for 2010 Challenge © 2009 MIT Media Laboratory, Hiroshi Ishii 6 
  7. 7. 5/14/09  © 2009 MIT Media Laboratory, Hiroshi Ishii Douglas Engelbart & Collective Intelligence MAS672 © 2009 MIT Media Laboratory, Hiroshi Ishii 7 

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