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Presented for information purposes only (non-commercial) to the LifeHack LABS 2014 participants as an introduction to Disruption & Exponential Technologies.

Presented for information purposes only (non-commercial) to the LifeHack LABS 2014 participants as an introduction to Disruption & Exponential Technologies.

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Understanding Disruptive Innovation presented at LifeHack LABS 2014 Understanding Disruptive Innovation presented at LifeHack LABS 2014 Presentation Transcript

  • 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 permission.! ! visit: TonySeba.com!
  • 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 & Governance
  • Common traits of 
 exponential technologies:
 
 - Rapid cost reduction! (mass adoption)! - Rapid density increase! (memory, battery storage)!
  • 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.