Work learning living in future Gerd Leonhard Futurist Speaker at LSG13 London

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Work learning living in future Gerd Leonhard Futurist Speaker at LSG13 London

  1. 1. Work, Learning andLiving in the Future*
  2. 2. The digital default is coming
  3. 3. “We will be online all the time in virtual / augmented reality.  We won’tbe looking at devices such as tablets and phones.  Rather, computerdisplays will be fully integrated with real reality” (Ray Kurzweil)1 - 2 - 4 - 8 - 16 - 32 - 64 - 128 ...Exponential technological changes - but humans remain linear
  4. 4. http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2013/03/this-is-the-scariest-statistic-about-the-newspaper-business-today/274125/Learning in the Cloud: it may take longer but when itdoes happen it is probably much bigger than we thought
  5. 5. Smart-everything: the IoT, M2M
  6. 6. Thefutureisalreadyhere!Cloud-Culture
  7. 7. Our future assistants, agents, helpers...
  8. 8. Focus on the human factor!
  9. 9. Next: the Tricorder for Learning ?
  10. 10. Mobile devices are becoming our external brains
  11. 11. “Search engines won’t wait for you to ask for information. They will know you like a friend, aware of your concerns andinterests at a detailed level” Ray Kurzweil
  12. 12. ‘Finding relevant stuff’ is becoming a good job for robots
  13. 13. Vizuality. Cross-Media. Intuition. Imagination
  14. 14. If our work - and our output - is ‘robotic’ we will soon besurpassed by intelligent software agents and machines
  15. 15. So we can (must) set free what makes us human...!
  16. 16. Massive Human - Machine /AI Interface (R)Evolution
  17. 17. “Robot work” versus human workPhoto by MichaelKreil - http://flic.kr/p/8Zp6Uh
  18. 18. Human-Only WorkDataAISoftwareTheFutureInterfacesMachinesSmart AgentsInformationRobotsDesign, Creation, Negotiation,Realizations, Foresighting,Curation, Facilitation, Advising,Contextualizing, Sense-Making...Engineering, Interfaces,Design, TechnologyRegulation ofInnovation, Policies,Ethics, Guidelines...Engineering, Interfaces,Design, Technology,Maintenance, Science...
  19. 19. ‎Henri Poincaré‘Humarithms’
  20. 20. Work: transformation - not just change- is critical
  21. 21. Being able to transform-as-needed ...
  22. 22. Paradigm-shifts on an unprecedented scale
  23. 23. The End of ‘Protected Spaces’ is nearMediaMoney / BanksTelecomEducationTraining & LearningWork
  24. 24. Learning | Training | Education
  25. 25. 33PatientsLikeMe.comMedify.comUdacity.comCousera.comAsthmapolis.com...
  26. 26. Locked LooseLearning Futures: the direction is clearLiquid
  27. 27. Global Shifts in what we do
  28. 28. Crucial: tapping into, and being part ofThe Global Brain
  29. 29. We are nearing the End of Silos
  30. 30. 38
  31. 31. Knowledge. Wisdom. Learnings. Relevance. Depth.http://pinterest.com/pin/197876977350036245/http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DIKW_Pyramid
  32. 32. Video Source: IBM Future Scenarios, YoutubeBeing (becoming or remaining)Indispensable
  33. 33. The ‘Digital Default’ is (mostly) a huge opportunity
  34. 34. Now... let’s talk!FuturistGerd.comGerdtube.com (YouTube)GerdCloud.com for downloads

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