Social Fab InfoSoc Analysis Aug23

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This is presented at Fab9 Research meeting in Yokohama. Tried to analyze the social impact of FabLab, or Social Fab movements to the society using InfoSocinomics Framework developed by Prof. Shumpei Kumon

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Social Fab InfoSoc Analysis Aug23

  1. 1. The Impact of Social Fabrication on the new stage of Information Society An analysis using InfoSocionomics Frameworks Social Fabrication movement is the central force building next phase of Information Society @Fab9, Aug 2013, Yokohama Izumi Aizu Executive Director, Institute for HyperNetwork Society Shumpei Kumon Institute of InfoSocionomics, Tama University
  2. 2. Industrial Rev & Information Rev running in Parallel
  3. 3. Third Industrial Revolution together with First Information Revolution • The digital fabrication machine industry may become the leading industry that enables “Third Industrial Revolution”. • Social technology is leading the First Information Revolution. • Social Fabrication will make significant impact on the way we live, learn, work and play.
  4. 4. “Social” is the key • “Social” dimension of the use of the digital technology, “social technology” has become the key driving factor in the recent years and leading the First Information Revolution. • New movement: “Social Fabrication” rather than digital or personal fabrication • “Sharing”, co-design, co-creation are the keys
  5. 5. Conviviality • Social fab may spread all over the globe within next 15 to 30 years • Same time for Internet • This movement allows people to interact more creatively with physical objects, be it art, appliances, gadgets or daily commodities • It will provide greater sense of positive feel – “deep play” (Rifkin)’ or “conviviality” [Kumon 2004] in the coming phase of Information Society
  6. 6. 1st Social Fab Conference 2013 in Tokyo Aug 31, 14:00 – (Reception @18:30-) Miraikan in Odaiba National Museum of Emerging Science & Innovation www.hyper.or.jp/sfc2013 Ricard Troxler Hirano Kumon Tanaka

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