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The news is filled with stories of companies promising to “disrupt” this technology or that market. Growing trends such as mobile, apps, BYOD, open source, MOOCs, Vine-video, Social TV, 'big ...

The news is filled with stories of companies promising to “disrupt” this technology or that market. Growing trends such as mobile, apps, BYOD, open source, MOOCs, Vine-video, Social TV, 'big data,' compete for our attention and understanding.  Microsoft is finally in the cloud, YouTube adds 100 hours of video per minute, Google is making devices like 'Glass,' Twitter is truly revolutionary, and Facebook may be competing with them all. Yet some of the biggest social impacts are due to much lower technologies such as sms mapping, micro-payments, mobile health. Don’t miss this look into the future from two provocative thought leaders!

Delivered by Dan Callahan (CGNET) & Peter S. Crosby (Dotsub) at InsideNGO: Operational Excellence for Global Impact conference <www.insidengo.org> on July 31, 2013, in Washington, DC

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  • InsideNGO program description of session
  • 75 vs. 71:Pct Chinese Users Accessing Internet via Mobile vs. PC
  • Ballmer: 90% of all online data created in last two yearsPhoto Uploads: 500 Million/DayVideo Uploads to YouTube: 100 Hrs/Min
  • WHY important to you?Because vast majority of users coming from outside USAThat’s growing fast and faster
  • Two thirds of the world is not connected.India only 11%, Indonesia 23%,China 50% = 2Billion moreNow here comes rest of the world, how do we manage that?
  • Hi-Tech + Hi-Touch– MOOCs are big now: edX, Coursera, Khan Academy, UdacityHelps build translation skills, cross cultural understanding And PRESERVE LANGUAGES
  • SayHi /JibbiGO / MilitaryEven live interpretation BabelverseBut real-time cloud connection is requiredStar Trek says circa2266
  • 96% globally; 89% in G20 countries; 12.8% in developing countries; >50% in Asia-Pacific (3.5 billion).

Technology Through the Looking Glass: 2013-2020 Technology Through the Looking Glass: 2013-2020 Presentation Transcript

  • Through the Looking Glass Dan Callahan & Peter Crosby
  • Topic: Through the Looking Glass… The news is filled with stories of companies promising to “disrupt” this technology or that market. Growing trends such as mobile, apps, BYOD, open source, MOOCs, Vine-video, Social TV, 'big data,' compete for our attention and understanding. Microsoft is finally in the cloud, YouTube adds 100 hours of video per minute, Google is making devices like 'Glass,' Twitter is truly revolutionary, and Facebook may be competing with them all. Yet some of the biggest social impacts are due to much lower technologies such as sms mapping, micro-payments, mobile health. Don’t miss this look into the future from two provocative thought leaders!
  • You Tube Uploads
  • Global Internet Usage: 75% non-USA
  • New International Internet Domains First four new top-level domains - all non-roman character based: • .net in Arabic: •.game in Chinese: 游戏 •.online in Russian: онлайн •.site in Russian: сайт
  • Global Internet Penetration: only 34%
  • H e C r a d t i s n ! g play video
  • Chaordic •Dee Hock, the founder of VISA, coined the term “chaordic” in 1993 to describe systems that are both chaotic and ordered. •Nature, living organisms, and the evolutionary process are often described as chaordic. •“The harmonious coexistence of opposing forces,” is what we’ll use today….
  • Our Use Cases today… •Collaboration, Including Social •Global Video •Big Data •And… yours?
  • Platforms Emerging PC Desktop Internet Mobile Internet Wearable or Everywhere Platform: Where Data is Created and Accessed
  • Got Collaboration Tools? Communicating Editing ProducingTeam Mgt. Sharing
  • The new BRAND called…
  • USAF Social Media Guide
  • Crowd-Sourced: fill-in-the-blank • Wikipedia • Design • Funding • Advocacy • Software • Media Making • Translations
  • Massive Online Open Course (MOOCs): Stanford 165k Students | 190 Countries | 40 Languages
  • NGO Activism Video Contests
  • Risky Business
  • iReporting We Are All Citizen Journalists….
  • Machine Translation Now •Google Translate = 200 million use people daily •57th language added was Cherokee (<10k speakers) •Text-to-Text: Machine Translations (MT), Translation Memories (TM), word pairs, big data, algorithms •Audio-to-Text: Linguistics, Speech Recognition, Natural Language Processing, Computer Learning, Artificial Intelligence?
  • Mobile Audio Translators: the last foot
  • Mobile-cellular Subscriptions = 6.8 billion * Estimates by International Telecommunication Union (ITU) World in 2013 Facts
  • Mapping • GPS • RFD • Frontline SMS • Monitoring devices • Environment • Advocacy • Health • Stuff
  • Internet of Things…connected • Military • Highways • Vehicles • Electric Grids / Meters • Lighting Control • Thermostats • Parking Spaces / Meters
  • Google glass, etc… Quantified Self: • wearable tech: fitness, health, work, leisure • view real world with digital overlays • visualized, gamified, shared & tracked Interconnectivity: • smart grid technologies • contextual Data • mass social interaction -> contextual networks
  • The Human Face of BIG DATA: a planetary nervous system
  • Big Data Pros & Cons • One to 1+ devices • Devices = data = identity • Pluses: personalization, networking, analytics • Personal / Public Data Field • Ownership / control / ID security • National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC) • PRISM
  • Sharing Data with PRISM
  • Concerns? How to Order the Chaos? Business • Program • Operations Relevant Topics Sensing, Measuring, Assessing • Use your Twitter account • Get to know the early adopters • Test your point of view • Your methods?
  • Why this matters (play video)
  • Thanks from ! and CGNET
  • InsideNGO conference 2013 Through the Looking Glass Peter S. Crosby – peter@dosub.com – 650-533-3313 Dan Callahan – d.Callahan@cgnet.com – 650-302-0202
  • Resources • Social Media Guide: http://www.af.mil/socialmedia.asp • NGO Video: http://www.youtube.com/user/nonprofitvideoawards • PBS Citizen Journalism: http://to.pbs.org/12ILUYg • Data Journalism: http://thehumanfaceofbigdata.com/ • Open Data • ProPublica (Public Journalism) http://www.propublica.org/ • Sunlight Foundation http://sunlightfoundation.com • “The Age of Context” by Richard Scoble: http://slidesha.re/1bGjOAI • National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC) http://www.nist.gov/nstic/ • Video Captions / Translations (Freemium): http://dotsub.com
  • References • http://qz.com/99625/the-meteoric-rise-of-cellphones-in-one-chart/ • http://www.kpcb.com/insights/2013-internet-trends • http://www.crn.com/news/security/240156399/mobile-device- management-market-wont-last-gartner.htm • http://www.cnn.com/2013/07/23/tech/web/google-25-percent-traffic • http://www.google.com/loon/ • http://www.businessweek.com/articles/2013-07-26/chromecast- google-s-third-attempt-to-get-into-your-tv • http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/fp142374.aspx