DISRUPTIVE INNOVATION
presented by Arturo Pelayo
- Wellington, New Zealand -LifeHack LABS 2014
my passion is !
connecting people.
my motivator…
by climate change
on the move.
+150M
It is the largest human migration.!
since we populated the planet*
*Other than China.
nobody is taking ownership!
of where design ends.
“Out of Sight, Out of Mind”
we are getting. !
near here.but…
MENTOR!
TIP #1
seek
guidance.!
!
follow
your gut.
become a
sherpa.!
!
follow
your gut.
become a
sherpa.!
!
harness

scale.
hello.
our journey!
is just beginning
running themes…
key definitions: !
!
change &!
disruption.
disruption.
New York!
City!
!
!
Fifth Ave.!
!
!
1900
where is
the car?
where is
the
horse?
New York!
City!
!
!
Fifth Ave.!
!
!
1913
Acknowledgement:!
!
The example used earlier comes
from Tony Seba’s ‘Clean Disruption’ 

presentation & used with permissi...
Reframing:

Go from Linear
to Exponential!
Thinking.
The 26 step
challenge.
I need one
volunteer…
How far can you
travel?
people.
before:!
adaptation.
now:!
augmentation.
ahead:!
a new you.
before:!
place an
ad.
ahead:!
face !
recon!
24/ 7
“Out of Sight, Out of Mind”
It is too late 

to be a pessimist.
KEEP GOING?!
TAKE A BREAK?
there you are!
Mind shift:



There’s things that only
Empires can do.
Mind shift:



There’s things that only
countries can do.
Mind shift:



There’s things that only
corporations can do.
Mind shift:



There’s things that
people like you and me
can do.
countries
corporations
people
EXPONENTIAL
TECHNOLOGIES
“we are now at the knee of the curve”
RAY 

KURZWEIL
Nanotechnology
Artificial Intelligence
3D Printing
Sensors
Battery Technology
Solar Energy
Synthetic Biology
Networks & Gov...
Common traits of 

exponential technologies:



- Rapid cost reduction!
(mass adoption)!
- Rapid density increase!
(memory...
Common traits of 

exponential technologies:



- Improvements in computing !
processing power!
!
- Miniaturization
SCIENCE
FICTION
SCIENCE
FICTION
SCIENCE
augmentation.
We are the
superheroes
now.
scale.
life.!
love.!
drones.
additive!
manufacturing.
lens change:
Technology
to 3D-print a
burger.
=
Technology
to eradicate
black market
human organ
trafficking.
lens change:
Technology
to make
luminescent
plants.
=
Technology
to make
street
lighting
obsolete.
lens change:
Technology
to make
luminescent
plants.
=
Technology
to code new
forms of life.
Synthetic
Biology.
From LifeHack!
to Hacking Life.
Andrew Hessel
lens change:
Cost of
Sequencing
Human
genome
= +$1B USD
lens change:
Cost of
coding a new
life-form &
“booting up”
= $893 USD
lens change:
You played
with legos in
your
childhood.
=
Your
children will
design their
own toy 

life-forms
lens change:
It will be cheaper to sequence
your genome before 2020…!
!
lens change:
It will be cheaper to sequence
your genome before 2020…!
!
… than to flush your toilet.
lens change:
Your children’s children may
be born…!
!
lens change:
Your children’s children may
be born…!
!
… without a biological womb.
ectogenesis
We are 

the Gods!
now.
Understanding Disruptive Innovation presented at LifeHack LABS 2014
Understanding Disruptive Innovation presented at LifeHack LABS 2014
Understanding Disruptive Innovation presented at LifeHack LABS 2014
Understanding Disruptive Innovation presented at LifeHack LABS 2014
Understanding Disruptive Innovation presented at LifeHack LABS 2014
Understanding Disruptive Innovation presented at LifeHack LABS 2014
Understanding Disruptive Innovation presented at LifeHack LABS 2014
Understanding Disruptive Innovation presented at LifeHack LABS 2014
Understanding Disruptive Innovation presented at LifeHack LABS 2014
Understanding Disruptive Innovation presented at LifeHack LABS 2014
Understanding Disruptive Innovation presented at LifeHack LABS 2014
Understanding Disruptive Innovation presented at LifeHack LABS 2014
Understanding Disruptive Innovation presented at LifeHack LABS 2014
Understanding Disruptive Innovation presented at LifeHack LABS 2014
Understanding Disruptive Innovation presented at LifeHack LABS 2014
Understanding Disruptive Innovation presented at LifeHack LABS 2014
Understanding Disruptive Innovation presented at LifeHack LABS 2014
Understanding Disruptive Innovation presented at LifeHack LABS 2014
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  1. 1. DISRUPTIVE INNOVATION presented by Arturo Pelayo - Wellington, New Zealand -LifeHack LABS 2014
  2. 2. my passion is ! connecting people.
  3. 3. my motivator…
  4. 4. by climate change on the move. +150M
  5. 5. It is the largest human migration.! since we populated the planet* *Other than China.
  6. 6. nobody is taking ownership! of where design ends.
  7. 7. “Out of Sight, Out of Mind”
  8. 8. we are getting. ! near here.but…
  9. 9. MENTOR! TIP #1
  10. 10. seek guidance.! ! follow your gut.
  11. 11. become a sherpa.! ! follow your gut.
  12. 12. become a sherpa.! ! harness
 scale.
  13. 13. hello.
  14. 14. our journey! is just beginning
  15. 15. running themes…
  16. 16. key definitions: ! ! change &! disruption.
  17. 17. disruption.
  18. 18. New York! City! ! ! Fifth Ave.! ! ! 1900
  19. 19. where is the car?
  20. 20. where is the horse?
  21. 21. New York! City! ! ! Fifth Ave.! ! ! 1913
  22. 22. Acknowledgement:! ! The example used earlier comes from Tony Seba’s ‘Clean Disruption’ 
 presentation & used with permission.! ! visit: TonySeba.com!
  23. 23. Reframing:
 Go from Linear to Exponential! Thinking.
  24. 24. The 26 step challenge.
  25. 25. I need one volunteer…
  26. 26. How far can you travel?
  27. 27. people.
  28. 28. before:! adaptation.
  29. 29. now:! augmentation.
  30. 30. ahead:! a new you.
  31. 31. before:! place an ad.
  32. 32. ahead:! face ! recon! 24/ 7
  33. 33. “Out of Sight, Out of Mind”
  34. 34. It is too late 
 to be a pessimist.
  35. 35. KEEP GOING?! TAKE A BREAK?
  36. 36. there you are!
  37. 37. Mind shift:
 
 There’s things that only Empires can do.
  38. 38. Mind shift:
 
 There’s things that only countries can do.
  39. 39. Mind shift:
 
 There’s things that only corporations can do.
  40. 40. Mind shift:
 
 There’s things that people like you and me can do.
  41. 41. countries corporations people
  42. 42. EXPONENTIAL TECHNOLOGIES
  43. 43. “we are now at the knee of the curve” RAY 
 KURZWEIL
  44. 44. Nanotechnology Artificial Intelligence 3D Printing Sensors Battery Technology Solar Energy Synthetic Biology Networks & Governance
  45. 45. Common traits of 
 exponential technologies:
 
 - Rapid cost reduction! (mass adoption)! - Rapid density increase! (memory, battery storage)!
  46. 46. Common traits of 
 exponential technologies:
 
 - Improvements in computing ! processing power! ! - Miniaturization
  47. 47. SCIENCE FICTION
  48. 48. SCIENCE FICTION
  49. 49. SCIENCE
  50. 50. augmentation.
  51. 51. We are the superheroes now.
  52. 52. scale.
  53. 53. life.! love.! drones.
  54. 54. additive! manufacturing.
  55. 55. lens change: Technology to 3D-print a burger. = Technology to eradicate black market human organ trafficking.
  56. 56. lens change: Technology to make luminescent plants. = Technology to make street lighting obsolete.
  57. 57. lens change: Technology to make luminescent plants. = Technology to code new forms of life.
  58. 58. Synthetic Biology.
  59. 59. From LifeHack! to Hacking Life.
  60. 60. Andrew Hessel
  61. 61. lens change: Cost of Sequencing Human genome = +$1B USD
  62. 62. lens change: Cost of coding a new life-form & “booting up” = $893 USD
  63. 63. lens change: You played with legos in your childhood. = Your children will design their own toy 
 life-forms
  64. 64. lens change: It will be cheaper to sequence your genome before 2020…! !
  65. 65. lens change: It will be cheaper to sequence your genome before 2020…! ! … than to flush your toilet.
  66. 66. lens change: Your children’s children may be born…! !
  67. 67. lens change: Your children’s children may be born…! ! … without a biological womb.
  68. 68. ectogenesis
  69. 69. We are 
 the Gods! now.
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