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Speed and scale are hallmarks of thisTechnology, which makes sharing and participation fast and easy, also empowers people who will create the new economy of the future. This talks gives examples of ...

Speed and scale are hallmarks of thisTechnology, which makes sharing and participation fast and easy, also empowers people who will create the new economy of the future. This talks gives examples of technology platforms that invite end-user contributions.

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Redesigning cities Redesigning cities Presentation Transcript

  • Making our own citiesPeople empowered (by technology)
  • People-Powered
    Google
    Facebook
    YouTube
    my searches...
    my friends...
    my videos...
    7
  • People-Powered
    Are people being taken advantage of?
    Does everything have to be for free?
    “The first edition of Apps for Democracy yielded
    47 web, & 17 iPhone and Facebook apps in 30 days --
    $2 300 000 value to the city at a cost of $50 000.”
    8
  • Where is the sustainable economy?
    9
  • my knowledge...
    my stuff...
    my photos...
    em
    Wikipedia
    eBay
    Flickr
    >
    People-Powered
    10
  • Founded in 2001.
    7.2m members, meet in 45,000 cities, 250k meetings a month.
  • Founded in 2005.
    1.5m items in 150 countries
  • Founded in 2006.
    >2m people contribute their data.
  • Founded in 2008.
    1 million rentals, locations in more than 9000 towns in more than 160 countries
  • 13
  • 13
  • 50 years, 3000 properties in 67 countries
    90 years, 3400 hotels in 79 countries
    43 years, 4100 hotels in 90 countries
    60 years, 4400 hotels in 100 countries
    13
  • 8years
    237 countries
    1.2m“couches”
    (71,114 cities)
    13
  • People EMpowering
  • +
  • High Growth
    No need to:
    • Source
    • Evaluate
    • Purchase
    • Finance
    • Maintain
    Reduced financial risk
    Common platform
    Scaleable
    • Online search & transactions
    • Distributed network, flexible
    • Created by the community
    Les personnes & les institutions
    • Expériences
    • Expertise
    • Capital
    Excess capacity
    The economic logic
    21
    21
  • Intelligent use of resources
    Platform for participation
    Enables:
    • Collaborative Consumption
    • Dematerialization
    • Service Economy
    Les personnes & les institutions
    • Expériences
    • Expertise
    • Capital
    Excess capacity
    Environmental & Social Logic
    22
    22
    • Collaboratively built Infrastructure
    • Collaboratively financed
    • End Users gain financially
  • Government
    Private Companies
    Auto-preneurs
    • Create carsharing in 5 minutes
    • for free
    • wherever there is demand
    • by downloading the app
  • http://www.viddler.com/explore/buzzcar/videos/6/
  • Buzzcar: diverse empowered people; the power of hive
    30
  • Auto-Preneurs
    See a need/niche for carsharing; create your own in 5 minutes
  • Day 14
  • Collaboratively builtInfrastructure
    (using people’s personal stuff)
    =
    The People’s city
  • BONUS: RESILIENCY REDUNDANCY
    Source: Paul Baran, RAND
  • City like a PICNIC
    Semi-organized/ad hoc
    Highly diverse
    Enjoyed by all income levels
    Some stuff homemade
    some store bought
    some local & artisanal
    some mass produced
    ITS THE PEOPLE THAT MAKE IT A SUCCESS
  • Internet + smart phones + openness
    + platforms for participation
    empowered people
    turning complexity into simplicity
    delivering unique customized livable cities
    & sustaining economies
  • robin@buzzcar.com
    @rmchase
    Download the Buzzcar app!