Mobile Monday Amsterdam: Free To Be Human!

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Human civilization has advanced to the point that it cannot anymore allow itself to blindly stumble around in the world. If it wants to survive, it has to measure, collect, communicate, and act upon concrete data about nature, and its own technological creations. The Internet Of Things promises to bring this higher level of understanding the world to everybody, so that everybody can act upon it for the benefit of all.

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Mobile Monday Amsterdam: Free To Be Human!

  1. 1. Free to be human! March 2010 Amsterdam
  2. 2. David Orban twitter: @davidorban Joi Ito
  3. 3. <start>
  4. 4. <0>
  5. 5. 27 > 100
  6. 6. What Do We Know? Gaspa
  7. 7. n-1 = 50%
  8. 8. Nurture Michael Filion
  9. 9. Ignorance Questions Answers Kevin Kelly - kk.org
  10. 10. </0>
  11. 11. <1> What <2> Who <3> Why <4> How <5> When <6> Wgh
  12. 12. <1>
  13. 13. What
  14. 14. Fred Armitage William Gibson The future is already here. It is just not evenly distributed yet
  15. 15. Spime = SPace + tIME Bruce Sterling
  16. 16. What’s On Your Radar Banksy / Robbiedangerous
  17. 17. Evolving Devices
  18. 18. 1
  19. 19. A Granular World IPv4 ≈ 10 9 IPv6 ≈ 10 38 Atoms ≈ 10 80
  20. 20. Drawing Fine Lines Wonderlane
  21. 21. 2
  22. 22. Necessary Autonomy Platform Orders of magnitude PCs ≈ 108 Mobiles ~ Humans ≈ 109 Spimes > 1012
  23. 23. Around Us Already Ryan Harvey
  24. 24. 3
  25. 25. Network Evolution Generation Isotropy Access Web data knowledge Web 2.0 applications social Spimes sensors world
  26. 26. Redundancy Needed NASA JPL
  27. 27. 4
  28. 28. Changing Dialog Generation Bandwidth M2M Index Industrial apps Kb/s 1% Realtime Web Mb/s 10% Spime Networks Gb/s 99%+ M2M index: M2M/M2H, communications among machine in proportion to those with humans
  29. 29. Decision making µµ
  30. 30. 5
  31. 31. Not blind anymore Object # sensors Mobile phone 10 Car 50-100
  32. 32. Awareness Volvo
  33. 33. </1>
  34. 34. <2>
  35. 35. Who
  36. 36. kandinski Bruce Sterling Forget trying to pass for normal
  37. 37. Humanity+
  38. 38. </2>
  39. 39. <3>
  40. 40. Why
  41. 41. rosetechven.com David Rose Integrity is the most important value
  42. 42. The Anthropocene 1% 2% terrestrial humans vertebrates pets in the wild cattle 99% 98% 10.000 BC Today
  43. 43. Unsustainable badjonni
  44. 44. Old Methods... Seamus Murray
  45. 45. ...Same As Today... Marcin Wichary
  46. 46. ...Radically New The Alieness
  47. 47. Sensing The Technium Nite Owl
  48. 48. Sense The World bazusa
  49. 49. Adapt aussiegirl
  50. 50. </3>
  51. 51. <4>
  52. 52. Examples
  53. 53. claren44 Larry Smarr Failure of imagination is a fundamental human defect
  54. 54. Current
  55. 55. • Spreading the Idea. Involve people. First Quarter Action Plan
  56. 56. CO2 Spime Collects CO2 levels Communicates wirelessly Visualizes collected data online
  57. 57. Social Energy meter
  58. 58. WideNoise N ow *F or a lim ite Fr d tim e ee !
  59. 59. Future
  60. 60. Transportation A.M. Kuchling
  61. 61. 4G Communication rmforall
  62. 62. Energy joyseyshowaa
  63. 63. Quantified Self I Don’t Know Maybe
  64. 64. </4>
  65. 65. <5>
  66. 66. When
  67. 67. Randy Stewart Bre Pettis Things are changing faster than we can die
  68. 68. A process, not an event 1 < IoT< 25
  69. 69. Advanced Collaboration Foxtongue
  70. 70. </5>
  71. 71. <6>
  72. 72. What should happen
  73. 73. David Orban Alex Lightman In the future many groups will rule the world for 15 minutes
  74. 74. Strange Place And Time aussiegirl
  75. 75. Planetary Co-evolution will_hybrid
  76. 76. Free To Be Human me’nthedogs
  77. 77. Humanity+ bingbing
  78. 78. </6>
  79. 79. <end>
  80. 80. humanityplus.org singularityu.org widetag.com
  81. 81. david@ widetag.com singularityu.org humanityplus.org davidorban.com

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