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William Gibson stopped writing about the future because he says it's already here - this talk illustrates that.

William Gibson stopped writing about the future because he says it's already here - this talk illustrates that.
@digiphile http://radar.oreilly.com/alexh

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ALEX HOWARD: "The future is here. It's just not evenly distributed yet." ALEX HOWARD: "The future is here. It's just not evenly distributed yet." Presentation Transcript

  • Alex HOWARD
    The future is here.
    It's just not evenly distributed yet.
    @digiphile
  • "The future is here.
    It's just not evenly distributed yet."
  • The future is mobile.
    In 2010, 82% of Americans have a cellphone.
    60% of American adults go online wirelessly.
    Source: Pew Internet
  • Smarter cities
    Source: IBM
  • Smarter commuting through data
    Image Credit: Real Time Rome from Senseable.MIT.edu
  • Augmented streets
  • Augmented reality
  • Pervasive connectivity
    Image Credit: PetitInvention
  • Smarter cycling
  • spime
    “A theoretical object that can be tracked precisely in space and time over the lifetime of the object”
    -Wordspy
    Image Credit: @knolleary
  • Cities of spime
    Image Credit: City Of Sound
  • Real UFOs
    “ Everything grows miscellaneous. And people are transformed into ubiquitous findable objects (UFOs), along with pets, products, possessions and places”-David Weinberger
  • Digitalmemories
    Image Credit:
    Portal To Your Dreams
  • Augmented overload!
    Image Credit: Daonk.org
  • “Ambient findability” - Peter Morehouse
    Image Credit: Scott McLeod
  • We’ll need better filter/browsers
    Image credit: PC World on Aurora
  • Better social software
    Image Credit: Mediabistro
  • Better apps to audit data
  • Solar cloudsand novelpublicdata displaysImage Credit:Inhabitat
  • Digital tools for open government
    NY Senate on iTunes
  • Platforms for citizens to self-organize
    Image Credit: ITO World