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  • "probably the most important novelist of the past two decades".Before Amazon and eBay, certainly before web 2.0, he identified the advent, evolution and growth of the Internet as "one of the most fascinating and unprecedented human achievements of the century", a new kind of civilization that is – in terms of significance — on a par with the birth of cities,[80] and in 2000 predicted it would lead to the death of the nation state.[26]
  • New members of APEC (if it enlarges) could well become cities (we already have Singapore and HK China). There could even be the APEC of Cities in the future.In 2000 William Gibson predicted that the internet together with the rise of cities would lead to the death of the nation state.
  • All uses nanotechAll enhance energy efficiencySmart TV
  • HG Wells, the author of many important science fiction books, imagine in his book When the Sleeper Wakes (1899) and came up with a device that sounds almost exactly like a modern day media player like the iPod Touch. His version was a flat square with a little picture that was ‘very vividly colored – not only were the people on the screen moving, but they were conversing with clear small voices’. He didn’t know that such device, when became available to us, would also have the capability to do HD video recording and sent over the air to anywhere in the world instantly. Most definitely he would not have imaged those devices to be important in terms of energy efficiency.
  • Why is this related to energy efficiency?Because it helps us to optimize our travel path. For example, if I want to have a good dinner,..
  • Even a one-star restaurant can have one amazing dish.
  • This will require fundamental changes in educational systems, instillation of a societal spirit of entrepreneurial risk-taking, and gender equality. Making innovation and supporting innovation becomes a key imperative in public and private life. Business model for competitiveness and collaboration in the future will be less based on capital and much more based on talent. Professor Schwab define this transition as moving from capitalism to “talentism”.
  • This will require fundamental changes in educational systems, instillation of a societal spirit of entrepreneurial risk-taking, and gender equality. Making innovation and supporting innovation becomes a key imperative in public and private life. Business model for competitiveness and collaboration in the future will be less based on capital and much more based on talent. Professor Schwab define this transition as moving from capitalism to “talentism”.
  • In economics, the bottom of the pyramid is the largest, but poorest socio-economic group. In global terms, this is the 2.5 billion people who live on less than $2.50 per day.The phrase “bottom of the pyramid” is used in particular by people developing new models of doing business that deliberately target that demographic, often using new technology. This field is also often referred to as the "Base of the Pyramid" or just the "BoP"
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  • 1. “The future is alreadyhere – its just notevenly distributed.”—William Gibson, quoted in The Economist, December 4, 2003
  • 2. 7 newMega Trends in Asia-Pacific“Implications for Future Nanotechnology Innovation and Market” Nares Damrongchai, APEC Center for Technology Foresight
  • 3. Cities, and not Countries, will drive wealth creation in the future.• Cities as island of excellence and competitiveness. – Attracts young and vibrant talent – Compactness  energy efficiency• Emerging countries survive only when they can manage how to merge these “island of competitiveness” into the rest of the country. – China vs. Mexico in early 2000s Source: NASA image of Canary Islands
  • 4. Mega Cities Since 2008 more than ½ of the world population live in cities. • Bangkok accounts for 25% of Thailand’s GDP • Seoul accounts for 50% of Korea’s GDPIMPLICATIONS• High economic power• Hub and spoke business model• Transit-oriented development• New mobility solutions
  • 5. Green Growth is Smart Growth Source: Frost & Sullivan, 2012
  • 6. Source: www.apple.com
  • 7. Geo Socialisation Source: Frost & Sullivan, 2012
  • 8. ZERO achievementfrom innovation Zero waste emissions Zero crime rates Zero defects Zero accidents Zero breaches of security Zero emissions from cars Complete recyclability from householdsCarbon neutral cities Source: CISASIA
  • 9. TalentismBusiness model forcompetitiveness andcollaboration in the future willbe less based on capital andmuch more based on talent.- Prof. Klaus Shwab, WEF
  • 10. • Young people, the digital generation, are equipped with the capability to create their own jobs. – People with new ideas will explore the new wave of ICT
  • 11. ASEAN Integration
  • 12. AEC by 2015 ASEAN Community ASEAN ASEAN ASEANPolitical-Security Economic Socio-Cultural Community Community Community (APSC) (AEC) (ASCC) Narrowing the Development GAP (NDG)
  • 13. ASEAN ConnectivityThere’s plenty of room at the bottom. Photo from Flickr.com
  • 14. Source: An Industrial Workersof the World poster (1911).
  • 15. Mega Impact onTrend Impact product/ technology to Industry Sub Analysis of Trend opportunity and unmet needs
  • 16. Some Key Goals of Nanotechnology for the Next 5-10 Years• Electrical storage for electrified transportation and grid- connected renewables• Nanostructured material for improved lighting efficiency• Terawatt-scale solar energy at fossil energy costs• Nanostructured thermoelectric materials for economical energy conversion Source: Nanotechnology Research Directions for Societal Needs in 2020, published by Springer, Berlin and Boston