Live Ecology Getting Asimov vision into reality  Opher Etzion
The grand challenge: Live Ecology  In his book “The Foundation Edge” Asimov introduced the concept of Gaia as a planet tha...
The Analogy to a human body  Robots and other actuators serve as hands and ears  Sensors serve as senses: hearing – eyes a...
Society level applications  Asimov’s Psychohistory:  modeling the evolution of social processes  Mutual help: Alert to a d...
Biological level applications  Asimov’s Fantastic voyage:  Injecting robots as sensors and actuators within the human body...
Some commercial applications  Flexible dynamic manufacturing systems  Insightful crisis management: Individual per flight ...
Scientific breakthroughs and revolutionary impact  <ul><li>Multi-disciplinary effort:  sociology, biology, ICT, engineerin...
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Live ecology

  1. 1. Live Ecology Getting Asimov vision into reality Opher Etzion
  2. 2. The grand challenge: Live Ecology In his book “The Foundation Edge” Asimov introduced the concept of Gaia as a planet that behaves as a single organism The Internet has dramatically changed life as we know it, but the real revolution is still ahead of us… Our vision is live ecology, in which robots, people, enterprises and other objects can act as a singularity to achieve common purposes, this will realize many of Asimov’s concepts that today still look like science fiction
  3. 3. The Analogy to a human body Robots and other actuators serve as hands and ears Sensors serve as senses: hearing – eyes and ears. Enhanced event processing infrastructure will serve as the nervous system – everybody talk with everybody in the intergalactic event speak The brain is distributed and includes human brain, robotic brain, and various kinds of computers
  4. 4. Society level applications Asimov’s Psychohistory: modeling the evolution of social processes Mutual help: Alert to a driver: the person crossing the street now is an Alzheimer patient who apparently lost his way
  5. 5. Biological level applications Asimov’s Fantastic voyage: Injecting robots as sensors and actuators within the human body to sense and effect biological and chemical processes Asimov and Silberberg’s positronic man: Bionic man or human-like android.
  6. 6. Some commercial applications Flexible dynamic manufacturing systems Insightful crisis management: Individual per flight decision on flight in the ash Neighborhood security
  7. 7. Scientific breakthroughs and revolutionary impact <ul><li>Multi-disciplinary effort: sociology, biology, ICT, engineering, robotics and more… </li></ul><ul><li>The whole is bigger than the sum of its components </li></ul><ul><li>ICT breakthrough: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>The Web is going from passive to active mode </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Event based technologies as leading paradigm </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>ICT is becoming pervasive </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Bottom line: enabling live ecology, making much of Asimov visions come true, and changing the way our world behaves </li></ul>
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