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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 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.
  • 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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  • 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.