0
Every Thing  David Orban
<0> History<1> Today’s Knowledge<2> Tomorrow’s Promise<3> What Can You Do Now?
<0>
NatureDoesn’t Care
Our 10.000 Year Journey                          tarotastic
..., 0.0625, 0.125, 0.500, 1, ...
..., 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128
27   > 100
rosetechven.com      David RoseIntegrity is the most important value
IgnoranceQuestions            Answers                            Kevin Kelly - kk.org
Change
What Changed?
...Then Changed...
...And Changed Again!
Randy Stewart          Bre PettisThings are changing faster than we can die
Work & Value
The Anthropocene              1%      2%terrestrial                   humansvertebrates                     petsin the wil...
Unsustainable                badjonni
</0>
<1>
Internet
Access to Information                        badjonni
Access to Knowledge                      badjonni
Know Everything
InformationRelationships
“The formula for success?                             Double your rate of failure.”                                 Thomas...
Jorge Franganillo
C.P.Storm
gadl
</1>
<2>
What Do We Know?                   Gaspa
Evolving Devices
kandinskiBruce SterlingForget trying to pass for normal
Spime = SPace + tIME     Bruce Sterling
Internet of Things
Know Every Thing
What’s On Your Radar                   Banksy / Robbiedangerous
<Example>
Around Us Already                    Ryan Harvey
Awareness & Empathy                      Engaget
Autonomy           NY Times
x10 ROA Increase                   Hamed Saber
No worries for batteries  Text, or talk freelyLess deaths & accidents
</Example>
From Ownership
To Access
Think, and Extend...
</2>
<3>
What Will Be Next?
Fred Armitage             William GibsonThe future is already here. It is just not evenly distributed yet
Drawing Fine Lines                     Wonderlane
Sensing the World                    bazusa
claren44            Larry SmarrFailure of imagination is a fundamental human defect
Originality & Inventiveness
Work       jimfischer
From “What is your worth”To “What are you worth?”
Education            stuartpilbrow
Worldwide            clodreno
Advanced Collaboration                         Foxtongue
Technomad            Robbert van der Steeg
Strange Place and Time                         Nasa
Adapting to the World                        aussiegirl
Growing with the World                         Michael Filion
Planetary Co-evolution                         will_hybrid
What Can You Do Now?
Democracy            latitudes
New Social Contract                      gsfc
Every ThingKnows Everything
After Our 10.000 Year Journey                            tarotastic
Free To Be Human
</3>
Thank You!www.davidorban.com
TEDx Brussels - Every Thing
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  1. 1. Every Thing David Orban
  2. 2. <0> History<1> Today’s Knowledge<2> Tomorrow’s Promise<3> What Can You Do Now?
  3. 3. <0>
  4. 4. NatureDoesn’t Care
  5. 5. Our 10.000 Year Journey tarotastic
  6. 6. ..., 0.0625, 0.125, 0.500, 1, ...
  7. 7. ..., 1, 2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, 128
  8. 8. 27 > 100
  9. 9. rosetechven.com David RoseIntegrity is the most important value
  10. 10. IgnoranceQuestions Answers Kevin Kelly - kk.org
  11. 11. Change
  12. 12. What Changed?
  13. 13. ...Then Changed...
  14. 14. ...And Changed Again!
  15. 15. Randy Stewart Bre PettisThings are changing faster than we can die
  16. 16. Work & Value
  17. 17. The Anthropocene 1% 2%terrestrial humansvertebrates petsin the wild cattle 99% 98% 10.000 BC Today
  18. 18. Unsustainable badjonni
  19. 19. </0>
  20. 20. <1>
  21. 21. Internet
  22. 22. Access to Information badjonni
  23. 23. Access to Knowledge badjonni
  24. 24. Know Everything
  25. 25. InformationRelationships
  26. 26. “The formula for success? Double your rate of failure.” Thomas J. Watson, IBM “The Internet multiplied athousandfold our failure rate, without increasing the cost of our success” Cory Doctorow
  27. 27. Jorge Franganillo
  28. 28. C.P.Storm
  29. 29. gadl
  30. 30. </1>
  31. 31. <2>
  32. 32. What Do We Know? Gaspa
  33. 33. Evolving Devices
  34. 34. kandinskiBruce SterlingForget trying to pass for normal
  35. 35. Spime = SPace + tIME Bruce Sterling
  36. 36. Internet of Things
  37. 37. Know Every Thing
  38. 38. What’s On Your Radar Banksy / Robbiedangerous
  39. 39. <Example>
  40. 40. Around Us Already Ryan Harvey
  41. 41. Awareness & Empathy Engaget
  42. 42. Autonomy NY Times
  43. 43. x10 ROA Increase Hamed Saber
  44. 44. No worries for batteries Text, or talk freelyLess deaths & accidents
  45. 45. </Example>
  46. 46. From Ownership
  47. 47. To Access
  48. 48. Think, and Extend...
  49. 49. </2>
  50. 50. <3>
  51. 51. What Will Be Next?
  52. 52. Fred Armitage William GibsonThe future is already here. It is just not evenly distributed yet
  53. 53. Drawing Fine Lines Wonderlane
  54. 54. Sensing the World bazusa
  55. 55. claren44 Larry SmarrFailure of imagination is a fundamental human defect
  56. 56. Originality & Inventiveness
  57. 57. Work jimfischer
  58. 58. From “What is your worth”To “What are you worth?”
  59. 59. Education stuartpilbrow
  60. 60. Worldwide clodreno
  61. 61. Advanced Collaboration Foxtongue
  62. 62. Technomad Robbert van der Steeg
  63. 63. Strange Place and Time Nasa
  64. 64. Adapting to the World aussiegirl
  65. 65. Growing with the World Michael Filion
  66. 66. Planetary Co-evolution will_hybrid
  67. 67. What Can You Do Now?
  68. 68. Democracy latitudes
  69. 69. New Social Contract gsfc
  70. 70. Every ThingKnows Everything
  71. 71. After Our 10.000 Year Journey tarotastic
  72. 72. Free To Be Human
  73. 73. </3>
  74. 74. Thank You!www.davidorban.com
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