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CLICKNL DRIVE 2018 | 24 OCT | Probing Emerging Futures

Probing Emerging Futures

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CLICKNL DRIVE 2018 | 24 OCT | Probing Emerging Futures

  1. 1. PROBING EMERGING FUTURES Moderator: Caroline Hummels | TU/e
  2. 2. PROBING EMERGING FUTURES Moderator: Caroline Hummels | TU/e PROBING EMERGING FUTURES Philips Design, TU/e, Design Academy, Frank Kolkman
  3. 3. PROBING EMERGING FUTURES Moderator: Caroline Hummels | TU/e PROBING EMERGING FUTURES Philips Design, TU/e, Design Academy, Frank Kolkman The creation of meaningful innovations that improve people's lives requires a vision of the future supported by insight and inspiration. Such was the intention of the renowned Philips Design Probes research initiative.
  4. 4. PROBING EMERGING FUTURES Moderator: Caroline Hummels | TU/e PROBING EMERGING FUTURES Philips Design, TU/e, Design Academy, Frank Kolkman Probing emerging futures Philips Design, TU/e, Design Academy, Frank Kolkman Embassy of Health - Innovation Powerhouse (STRIJP-T)
  5. 5. PROBING EMERGING FUTURES Presentations panel members
  6. 6. PROBING EMERGING FUTURES Moderator: Caroline Hummels | TU/e Reon Brand Olya Kudina Maarten Steinbuch Frank Kolkman
  7. 7. EMERGING FUTURES Reon Brand | Philips Design
  8. 8. Rethinking value (2010) Global Climate Change Environmental Decline Other Probable Global Consequences Earth geological epochs Holocene Anthropocene Industrial ExperienceAgricultural Knowledge Socio-economic paradigms
  9. 9. We are heading for for +4�C in 2050
  10. 10. Emerging Futures (2018)
  11. 11. Proposition: As humans, we have to realize we are part of the natural ecosystem, not above it. We cannot only focus on human needs - the economy has to become a servant of nature. Painting by Tay Dall
  12. 12. ROBOTS ARE TAKING OVER Maarten Steinbuch | TU/e
  13. 13. ROBOTS WILL TAKE OVER, THERE IS NO LOGICAL OTHER OPTION
  14. 14. DESIGN FICTION Frank Kolkman | Experimental Designer
  15. 15. To find out which futures are worth pursuing we first need to design them
  16. 16. THE ETHICAL DIMENSION OF TECHNOLOGIES Olya Kudina | University of Twente
  17. 17. Technology as a mediator Human Technology World
  18. 18. Technology as a moral mediator
  19. 19. Ethical reflection is important for the design and use of technologies. But it comes either too early or too late. Proposition: In practice, it is impossible to include ethical reflection on technologies in their design and use.
  20. 20. PANEL DISCUSSION Moderator Caroline Hummels | TU/e
  21. 21. REFLECTION THROUGH ACTION We need interdisciplinarity, including designers, to create potential futures and alternatives, which enables us, through these designs, to reflect on relations between technology and ethics. 1
  22. 22. ETHICS IN ACTION In practice, it is almost impossible to include ethical reflection on technologies in their design and use. Therefore, we need intense collaboration between different disciplines, including design, engineering and philosophy, to stimulate ethical reflection and debate. 2
  23. 23. ROBOTICS If robots develop further, will we have a whole system next to human world. Therefore, we need to embed this development in our ecosystem. And what will robotics be in the transformation paradigm (steady-state & eco-entangled)? Is life pure chemistry, or is it religious in some form, and what does that imply for consciousness and robotics? 3
  24. 24. POETRY Poetic input is essential to move beyond our Western way of thinking and reductionism. 4

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