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why a commons?sage commons congress 2013john wilbanks
finite or infinite?
finite or infinite?
sciencescience
sciencehealth
and the outcome ofthe game ispredetermined.
finite + infinite =design challenge
this is a “commons”congress.
1. give me a place tostand, and a lever, and ishall move the world.
every age has itsown lever.
ours is data.
sciencetrendstowards finite.
“the war on cancer”
“defeating death”
what of thefulcrum?
2. if it’s finite v. infinite,who wins?
According to the World HealthOrganization (WHO), the United Statesspent more on health care per capita($7,146), and more o...
2,243,229,729,840
30,702,000,000
0.01368651618316
in the absence ofintervention, thefinite will takeprecedence.
it is up to us toprovide an infinitecounter-offer.
3. the good news: ourcompetition isn’t strong.
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35
36
37
38
assume 1,000,000 downloadsassume 10% false positive rate100,000 doctor visits$1000 per biopsy
the good news: ourcompetition isn’t strong.yet.
4. we need to choose theright place to stand.
a. “just like now, butmoreso”
b. small matrix ofcompanies
c. us
sharing by small butcoherent groups cancreate asymmetricallyvaluable resources.
https://www.scienceexchange.com/
the commons is theplace we stand.
designing itrequirescollaboration atevery level
there will still befinite gamesembedded.
but the right designchoices make itwork for us, by us.
building together ismore fun thanopposing the finite.
we are very hard toattack.
we few, we happy few.
we are enough.
2013 Sage Commons Congress - Opening Session
2013 Sage Commons Congress - Opening Session
2013 Sage Commons Congress - Opening Session
2013 Sage Commons Congress - Opening Session
2013 Sage Commons Congress - Opening Session
2013 Sage Commons Congress - Opening Session
2013 Sage Commons Congress - Opening Session
2013 Sage Commons Congress - Opening Session
2013 Sage Commons Congress - Opening Session
2013 Sage Commons Congress - Opening Session
2013 Sage Commons Congress - Opening Session
2013 Sage Commons Congress - Opening Session
2013 Sage Commons Congress - Opening Session
2013 Sage Commons Congress - Opening Session
2013 Sage Commons Congress - Opening Session
2013 Sage Commons Congress - Opening Session
2013 Sage Commons Congress - Opening Session
2013 Sage Commons Congress - Opening Session
2013 Sage Commons Congress - Opening Session
2013 Sage Commons Congress - Opening Session
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  1. 1. why a commons?sage commons congress 2013john wilbanks
  2. 2. finite or infinite?
  3. 3. finite or infinite?
  4. 4. sciencescience
  5. 5. sciencehealth
  6. 6. and the outcome ofthe game ispredetermined.
  7. 7. finite + infinite =design challenge
  8. 8. this is a “commons”congress.
  9. 9. 1. give me a place tostand, and a lever, and ishall move the world.
  10. 10. every age has itsown lever.
  11. 11. ours is data.
  12. 12. sciencetrendstowards finite.
  13. 13. “the war on cancer”
  14. 14. “defeating death”
  15. 15. what of thefulcrum?
  16. 16. 2. if it’s finite v. infinite,who wins?
  17. 17. According to the World HealthOrganization (WHO), the United Statesspent more on health care per capita($7,146), and more on health care aspercentage of its GDP (15.2%), than anyother nation in 2008. TheCommonwealth Fund ranked the UnitedStates last in the quality of health careamong similar countries, and notes U.S.care costs the most.
  18. 18. 2,243,229,729,840
  19. 19. 30,702,000,000
  20. 20. 0.01368651618316
  21. 21. in the absence ofintervention, thefinite will takeprecedence.
  22. 22. it is up to us toprovide an infinitecounter-offer.
  23. 23. 3. the good news: ourcompetition isn’t strong.
  24. 24. 34
  25. 25. 35
  26. 26. 36
  27. 27. 37
  28. 28. 38
  29. 29. assume 1,000,000 downloadsassume 10% false positive rate100,000 doctor visits$1000 per biopsy
  30. 30. the good news: ourcompetition isn’t strong.yet.
  31. 31. 4. we need to choose theright place to stand.
  32. 32. a. “just like now, butmoreso”
  33. 33. b. small matrix ofcompanies
  34. 34. c. us
  35. 35. sharing by small butcoherent groups cancreate asymmetricallyvaluable resources.
  36. 36. https://www.scienceexchange.com/
  37. 37. the commons is theplace we stand.
  38. 38. designing itrequirescollaboration atevery level
  39. 39. there will still befinite gamesembedded.
  40. 40. but the right designchoices make itwork for us, by us.
  41. 41. building together ismore fun thanopposing the finite.
  42. 42. we are very hard toattack.
  43. 43. we few, we happy few.
  44. 44. we are enough.
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