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ICCM AU: A Future of Everything (Keynote 1)

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We know the rise of mobile, we dont know how thsts connected to everything else. Here's one perspective of those connections towards the future we create or enable. This talk was performed as the 1st of several keynotes given at the 2015 ICCM Australia Conference (iccm.org).

Video of keynote: https://youtu.be/aOEEMaYyIyY

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ICCM AU: A Future of Everything (Keynote 1)

  1. 1. Everything that it seems, and nothing of the same A Future of Everything Antoine RJ Wright (@mobileminmag) ICCM Australia 2015
  2. 2. ❖ A watch and a tablet ❖ We know the rise of mobile. ❖ A child and her uncle ❖ We notice overpopulation and under-utilization. ❖ A step back into the future ❖ What steps won't we take. ❖ A printer and a printer ❖ The definition of everything changes. ❖ How great and how small ❖ We know our parts in His story.
  3. 3. About Antoine
  4. 4. A Watch and A Tablet
  5. 5. We know the rise of mobile
  6. 6. Mobile transitions to something else: cybernetics, smart cities, MOOCs, etc TED Talk: Designing for A World Without Screens (12Min) http://www.ted.com/talks/tom_uglow_an_internet_without_screens_might_look_like_this
  7. 7. A Child and Her Uncle
  8. 8. We notice overpopulation and under-utilization
  9. 9. Considering the changes to her world: social media, GMOs, universal income, etc.
  10. 10. A Step Back to the Future
  11. 11. #BackToTheFutu re https://www.facebook.com/michaeljfoxfo undation/videos/10153692210818540/
  12. 12. There is an uncomfortable tension with change
  13. 13. What steps won't we take: beyond the Industrial and Knowledge revolutions, gentrification, etc.
  14. 14. A Printer and A Printer
  15. 15. Everything invented after teenage years is impossible to hold onto
  16. 16. The definition of everything familiar changes: gender, technologist, citizen, etc.
  17. 17. How Great, and How Small
  18. 18. –Vera Nazarian “It's easier for a rich man to ride that camel through the eye of a needle directly into the Kingdom of Heaven, than for some of us to give up our cell phone.”
  19. 19. If the Moon Were the Size of 1 Pixel http://www.joshworth.com/dev/pixelspac e/pixelspace_solarsystem.html *that's not the Moon over there; its Pluto
  20. 20. A Poem to Close
  21. 21. ❖ A watch and a tablet ❖ We know the rise of mobile. ❖ A child and her uncle ❖ We notice overpopulation and under-utilization. ❖ A step back into the future ❖ What steps won't we take. ❖ A printer and a printer ❖ The definition of everything changes. ❖ How great and how small ❖ We know our parts in His story.
  22. 22. End... 🚶🏿
  23. 23. Connect and Contact ❖ Antoine RJ Wright ❖ Twitter/Pinterest: @mobileminmag ❖ LinkedIn ❖ Skype/Twitter/SlideShare: @arjwright

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