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The Big Bang of the Internet of Things

The Big Bang of the Internet of Things



My presentation at #FikraEvent in Algiers on 07.02.14.

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  • Le Big Bang de l’Internet des Objets Rodrigo A. SEPÚLVEDA SCHULZ www.rodrigosepulveda.com 9 février 2014
  • consultant entrepreneur investisseur chroniqueur
  • évolution des ordinateurs (connectés) tablets mainframe smartphone client-serveur web ‘60s ‘70s ‘80s ‘90s ‘00s ‘10s
  • smartwatches
  • fitness + health
  • la maison
  • transports
  • toys
  • le reste ?
  • transhumanisme
  • Jesse Sullivan Jesse Sullivan, hailed as the world's first "Bionic Man," lost his arms as a result of an accident during his work as an electrical linesman. The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago gave him the opportunity to replace his arms with robotic prosthetics, which, thanks to a procedure that connects his nervous system to the artificial arms, allowed him to lift objects by just thinking about doing so. Sullivan was the first to receive this treatment during a 2005 procedure at RIC's Centre for Bionic Medicine.
  • Oscar Pistorius Oscar Leonard Carl Pistorius is a South African sprint runner. Although both of Pistorius' legs were amputated below the knee when he was 11 months old, he competes in events for single below-knee amputees and for able-bodied athletes. He runs with J-shaped fiber prosthetics called the "Flex-Foot Cheetah" developed by biomedical engineer Van Phillips and manufactured by Össur.
  • Rob Spence Rob Spence lost his right eye. Rather than simply settling for a glass replacement, he went for high-end technology. With the help from friends he crafted a video camera replacement for his right eye. Now his eye records video everywhere he goes, in an attempt for Rob to become the first lifecaster.
  • Micheal Chorost Michael Chorost (born December 26, 1964) is an American author, essayist, and public speaker. Born with severe loss of hearing due to rubella, his hearing was partially restored with a cochlear implant in 2001 and he had his other ear implanted in 2007. He wrote a memoir of the experience, titled Rebuilt: How Becoming Part Computer Made Me More Human. Its paperback version has a different subtitle, Rebuilt: My Journey Back to the Hearing World.
  • rodrigo.sepulveda@gmail.com twitter: @rodrigo slideshare.net/rodrigo1971
  • Projection sources: • 1° Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers – Internet Trends 2013, Mary Meeker (may 2013)http://www.slideshare.net/kleinerperkins/kpcb-internet-trends-2013 • 2° The Future of Digital, Henry Blodget (nov 2013) http://www.businessinsider.com/the-future-of-digital-2013-2013-11