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  • Most people never got further than 30km from the place they were born
  • Most people never got further than 30km from the place they were born
  • Most people never got further than 30km from the place they were born
  • Most people never got further than 30km from the place they were born
  • Voorbeeldopa en omakriens, was standaard
  • Return to 1900 in a new fashion
  • A digital world mapped over the real world
  • Impact on main street
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    • 1. Care, Society and Technology
      We shape our tools,
      and thereafter our tools shape us
      McLuhan
    • 2. Martijn Kriens
      Director Health-Lab & Amsterdam Living Lab
      Board member IIP-SaaS
      Univ. of Applied science Amsterdam
      Founder Medical Data Recorder
      Partner iCrowds
      Twitter: martijnkriens
      Skype: martijn.kriens
      Mail: martijn.kriens@icrowds.net
      Tel: +31 6 43088338
      Blog: www.iCrowds.net
    • 3. Agenda
      Change in society
      Impact on care, challenges
      Digital realities
      The future of care, solutions
    • 4. Changes in society
      From 1900 to now
    • 5.
    • 6. Village
    • 7. Religion
    • 8. Community
    • 9. My fathers century
      Self-employed
    • 10. My fathers century
      Self-employed
      No insurance
    • 11. My fathers century
      Self-employed
      No insurance
      Family support
    • 12. My fathers century
      Self-employed
      No insurance
      Family support
      Church and Charity
    • 13.
    • 14. Changes in my fathers lifetime
      Families got dispersed
    • 15. Changes in my fathers lifetime
      Families got dispersed
    • 16. Changes in my fathers lifetime
      Families got dispersed
      Increase of wealth
    • 17. Changes in my fathers lifetime
      Families got dispersed
      Increase of wealth
      Welfare state & pensions
    • 18. Changes in my fathers lifetime
      Families got dispersed
      Increase of wealth
      Welfare state
      Anonymity in cities
    • 19. Changes in my fathers lifetime
      Families got dispersed
      Increase of wealth
      Welfare state
      Anonymity in cities
      Loss of public live
    • 20. Limitless possibilities
    • 21. More communication, less contact
    • 22. In search of shared feelings
    • 23. Ageing society
    • 24. Impact on care
      Do we care?
    • 25. AWBZ*
      New law approved 1968
      Care is institutionalized
      People feel entitled to care
      Children feel no obligation
      Care is professionalized
      Explosion of costs
      * Algemene Wet BijzondereZiektekosten
    • 26. Home for the elderly
    • 27. AWBZ
      Great intentions
      Independent living, not dependent on charity
      Product of a social and civilized society…
      Side effects
      Dependancy on professionals, less personal
      Explosion of costs
    • 28. Growth AWBZ
    • 29. The (near) future
      2025
      • 40% more demand
      • 30. 20% lesslaborcapacity
      the care gap
      Need of care services
      People delivering care
    • 31. Twice the workload in 2025
    • 32.
    • 33. Digital realities
      The double helix of digital and physical realities
    • 34. Mixed realities
      Physical and Digital
    • 35. Digital space
    • 36. DigitalPub
    • 37. 750million Digital Friends
    • 38. 751million Digital Friends
    • 39. 752 million Digital Friends
    • 40. 753 million Digital Friends
    • 41. 754 million Digital Friends
    • 42. 755 million Digital Friends
    • 43. Digital marketplace
    • 44. Digital search
    • 45. Digital hardware
    • 46. Digital life
    • 47.
    • 48. The
      Digital world is just as real as the physical world
      “Finally a Harvester to go with my Tractor on Farmville. The only problem I see with the Harvester is that it is using the same gas that you use for your Tractor.”

    • 49. Farmville is valued at 25 Billion dollar.
      Their business model is selling:
      Digital
      “farming Equipment” …
    • 50. NeelieKroes
      ICT radically alters how people inhabit the world, how they interact, how they perceive the world around them: indeed, it is changing what it is to be a human being in society.
    • 51. NeelieKroes
      ICT radically alters how people inhabit the world, how they interact, how they perceive the world around them: indeed, it is changing what it is to be a humanbeing in society.
      http://www.europa-nu.nl/id/viskg1vdzwxf/nieuws/toespraak_eurocommissaris_kroes_over?ctx=vig9egsodqzy
    • 52. Sherry Turkle
    • 53. Immersion?
    • 54. Social?
    • 55. Communication?
    • 56. In-dependence
      Dependance
    • 57. Digital contacts
      Often “free”
      Low threshold to leave
      Little investment
      Huge choice
      “Poor”
    • 58. Physical contacts
      Time consuming
      High threshold to leave
      High investment
      Limited choice
      Physical presence
      “Rich”
    • 59. Best of both worlds
      Mixture of digital and physical
      Physical awareness
      Ease of contact
    • 60. Urban Photo collective
    • 61.
    • 62. Broadcast
    • 63. One2One
    • 64. Community
    • 65. Many2Many
    • 66.
    • 67. mutual dependence
    • 68. Society 3.0
      Reduction of friction and transaction costs
      Social technologies to enhance physical contacts
      Mutual dependencies
      Conversation and contact
    • 69. Centralised
      De-Centralised
      Distributed
      Rand
    • 70. Shared space
    • 71. Physical shared space
    • 72. Digital shared space
    • 73. Shared interest
    • 74. Hybrid care
    • 75. De Hagert
    • 76. Paro
    • 77. AIBO
    • 78. From
      Institution centric
      to
      People centric
    • 79. Institution
    • 80. People
    • 81. Design
      for your
      Future Self ….
    • 82. Grandma’s
      living commune
      used to be a home for the elderly
    • 83. Thank you!
      We shape our care
      And thereafter our care shapes us …
      Martijn Kriens
      Martijn.kriens@icrowds.net, twitter: martijnkriens, www.icrowds.net
    • 84. Questions
      How much “treshold” do we need to create real contact
      How to strike the balance between obligation and voluntarily
      How to intertwine the digital and physical reality
      Good and bad Examples

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