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New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
New Technology L01 New Technology Course Description
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  • 1. New Technology 2014 Course Introduction 1
  • 2. Teacher ▪ Ólafur Andri Ragnarsson – Adjunct at Reykjavik University – Co-founder & Chief Software Architect, Betware ! – andri@ru.is – http://www.olafurandri.com – http://twitter.com/olandri – http://delicious.com/olandri ! – Office hours after Friday lecture 2
  • 3. Teacher ▪ Hilmar Kári Hallbjörnsson – Leiðbeinandi ! – hilmarh05@ru.is 3
  • 4. Course Content A Journey Exploring Technology Exponential World How Innovation Happens Becoming Invisible The Adjacent Possible Disruptive Technology Diffusion of Innovation The Innovator´s Dilemma Looking for Opportunities Power of Software Connecting People The Rise of the Machine The Mobile Revolution Interacting with Technology The Social Layer Predictive Intelligence The Broadcast Century Robotics and Drones Gamification A Worldwide Network Computer games Future Trends New Business models 4
  • 5. A Journey Exploring Technology What does technology mean? How do we define technology? The Study of People 5
  • 6. Exponential World Waves of development What exponential means? Local and linear vs. 
 global and exponential Moore’s Law 6
  • 7. The Adjacent Possible Why are things invented when they are? Layers of technology 7
  • 8. How Innovation Happens How does technology evolve? The Slow Hunch Liquid Network Serendipity 8
  • 9. Diffusion of Innovation Why do people adopt new technology? Why do good technologies fail and inferior succeed? What are customers really buying? Crossing the Chasm The Hype Cycle 9
  • 10. Becoming Invisible When products mature, technology is irrelevant Importance of style and emotion Why engineers are bad designers
  • 11. Disruptive Technology Technologies that change everything Why do businesses always fail to respond? Reactions to disruptive technologies 11
  • 12. The Innovator´s Dilemma Making all the right decisions and still failing Why listening to your customers is fatal 12
  • 13. Looking for Opportunities Can we track and understand technology trends? Principles of Disruptive Innovations Model to understand trends 13
  • 14. Connecting People The ultimate market Those who have access
 to information tend to win Telegraph, telephone, 
 wireless transmissions, 
 broadcasting 14
  • 15. Rise of the Machine From adding machines to 
 electronic brains to 
 general purpose computers Disruption of Automation Birth of the IT industry MITS Altair 8800 How IBM created an industry 15
  • 16. Power of Software Xerox Parc The DEMO of the Century Beginning of GUIs OS for the consumers The Rise of Microsoft 16
  • 17. Interacting with Technology Beyond the Desktop Touch, gesture and audio New User Interfaces Displays anywhere 17
  • 18. The Broadcast Century The Cognitive Surplus End of the Movie Start The Long Tail TV of the Future The transformation of the 
 TV industry is beginning 18
  • 19. A Worldwide Network The Accidental network Brief History of the Internet The Future of the Internet The Wi-Fi revolution Standards RFID Near-field communications 19
  • 20. The Mobile Revolution Cellular networks Generations Smartphones The iPhone effect 20
  • 21. The Social Layer P2P UGC Collaboration Crowdsourcing The Long Tail Folksonomy 21
  • 22. Predictive Intelligence The Local in SoLoMo Checking in Mining the digital footprint Exploiting context Machine learning Big Data Predictive Intelligence 22
  • 23. New Business Models The Business of Music Beyond selling digital copies Freeconomics Freemiums 23
  • 24. Computer Games The rise of computer games The crash of 1986 Casual games Multiplayer games Serious games Future of games 24
  • 25. Gamification Getting people to do stuff they don’t like Status and rewards Player types Player emotions 25
  • 26. Robotics and Drones Race against the machine Personal programmable robots Drones Future of Work 26
  • 27. Future Trends What’s next? Virtual reality is 
 more real than reality Your phone will tell you
 what you need to know 27
  • 28. Reading ▪ Textbook – New Technology text available 
 as PDF – Reading material are articles 
 or videos from the Internet – Some are posted on http://olafurandri.com ▪ Reading is either required or optional – All readings will be posted on the course web 28
  • 29. Interesting Books ▪ Engines That Move Markets – Alasdair Nairn ▪ The Innovators Dilemma – Clayton M. Christensen ▪ Crossing the Chasm – Geoffrey A. Moore ▪ The Tipping Point – Malcolm Gladwell ▪ The Invisible Computer – Donald A. Norman see  http://www.olafurandri.com/?cat=3 29
  • 30. Interesting Books ▪ Where do good ideas
 come from – Steve Johnson ▪ What Technology Wants – Kevin Kelly ▪ Reality is Broken – Jane McGonigal ▪ The Singularity is Near – Ray Kurzweil ▪ The Future of the Internet
 and how to Stop it – Jonathan Zittrain see  http://www.olafurandri.com/?cat=3 30
  • 31. Interesting Web Sites ▪ Economist - http://www.economist.com ▪ Technology Review - http:// www.technologyreview.com ▪ NY Times - http://www.nytimes.com ▪ Businessweek - http://www.businessweek.com/ ▪ ZDNet technology News - http://news.zdnet.com/ ▪ CNet - http://www.cnet.com/ (news.cnet.com) ▪ Google News - http://news.google.com ▪ Yahoo Finance News - http://finance.yahoo.com/ ▪ Ars Technica - http://arstechnica.com/ ▪ Wired - http://www.wired.com/ ▪ Guardian - http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology http://www.olafurandri.com/?page_id=1490 31
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  • 34. Grading ▪ Study exercises – Short in-class exercises 10% ▪ Assignments – Two assignments 20% (10% each) ▪ Reading Review – Three reviews 20% (8%,8%,4%) ▪ Paper Peer-review – Review of paper and comments 10% ▪ Research Paper – Research of a particular topic 40% 34
  • 35. Research ▪ Objectives – Term project – Study or research of a particular topic chosen by the student – Must be approved by the teacher ▪ Area of study – Can be a device, a concept, a trend, a standard, philosophy or a metaphor, or a particular product – Gather information and write a paper – Best papers will be published ▪ Your research starts now! 35
  • 36. Research ▪ These milestones are set: – Research topic selection is due 16.02 (week 5) – Research goals and outline are due 02.03 (week 7) – Research Paper Draft for Peer Review is due 16.03 (week 9) – Peer-Review is due 23.03 (week 10) – Paper is due 30.03 at 22:00 (week 11) ! ▪ Research Paper is an individual work and is 40% of the course grade – Draft and Peer-review is 10% 36
  • 37. Research Study Group ▪ Group of 4-5 students – Will read your paper and give you review – Valuable service – Peer review 37
  • 38. Online Resources ▪ Course Web Site in MySchool ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ▪ Teacher’s web site: http://www.olafurandri.com – Twitter: @olandri #nyti 38
  • 39. Online Resources ▪ Slides are in Slideshare ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ▪ Links in MySchool 39
  • 40. Online Resources ▪ Audio Recording are on Vimeo ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ▪ Links in MySchool 40
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  • 42. Timeplan (stundaskrá) 42
  • 43. Lectures are in Flight Mode ▪ Laptops and other communication devices are forbidden in class – You don’t need them! – Classes are interactive and focused 43
  • 44. Prerequisite ▪ None... except 44
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  • 46. Prerequisite ▪ No programming required ▪ Interest in technology and social change is recommended ▪ Qualification test – 2001 Space Odyssey – The Matrix – Minority Report • http://www.minorityreport.com/ 46
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  • 49. A Journey Exploring Technology 49
  • 50. Study  Exercise What was the major 
 technology innovation 
 in 2013? MISSION: E NEXT CLASS IND OUT BEFOR F 50

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