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Tim Leberecht - ForgeRock Identity Live 2017 Dusseldorf

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Tim Leberecht - ForgeRock Identity Live 2017 Dusseldorf

  1. 1. Tim Leberecht The Exponential Self: Identity in the New Romantic Age Dusseldorf, May 29, 2017 @timleberecht
  2. 2. Darius Ramazani
  3. 3. future of society future of self blockchain VR/AR co-working telecommuting network intelligence big data purpose authenticity health and wellbeing fluid identities aging ed tech privacy platform economy gig economy AI/machine learning algorithms quantification co-living future of organizations
  4. 4. Datafloq
  5. 5. Ian Langdson / EPA
  6. 6. 1. The Great Disenchantment
  7. 7. 14
  8. 8. 16
  9. 9. Add Peeple
  10. 10. Add Peeple
  11. 11. 22
  12. 12. 28
  13. 13. Post-human brands
  14. 14. Radical transparency Sensors/RFID/Social media Sharing economy Peer-to-peer, reputation-based services Participatory designs Crowdsourcing etc.
  15. 15. xBassxHarmingxMacbookselfiestick.com
  16. 16. True Pundit
  17. 17. “Digiphrenia”Miekow
  18. 18. Sam Rosewarne
  19. 19. xBassxHarmingx
  20. 20. Virtual Reality TED
  21. 21. Extreme Tech
  22. 22. Extreme Tech
  23. 23. Extreme TechThe Daily DotImmortal News
  24. 24. Extreme TechThe Daily Dot
  25. 25. AI Digital platforms Immersive experiences
  26. 26. 2. The New Romantic Age
  27. 27. Subjectivity Suffering Mystery Emotion Transcendence Ephemerality Inconsistency SerendipityAmbiguity Unpredictability
  28. 28. Subjectivity Suffering Mystery Emotion Transcendence Ephemerality Inconsistency SerendipityAmbiguity Unpredictability Focus Features
  29. 29. “We are human because we can’t be trusted.” Gianpiero Petriglieri
  30. 30. Smart Romantic Reacting Wandering Connection Reconnection Dashboard Principles Monitoring Letting go Variety Serendipity Big Data Big Intuition Real-time Pre-emptive Behavioral targeting Distributed presence Conversation (Occasional) silence Transparency Mystery Calculated risk Vulnerability Reliability Ritual Liking Passion User-friendliness Frustration Excellence Significance
  31. 31. What makes us unique? What makes us human? Romance
  32. 32. A desire for Integrity vs. co-opting, hacking, data theft Authenticity vs. fake news/identities, personalization Intimacy vs. virtualization, quantification/self-optimization, surveillance
  33. 33. “Having two identities for yourself is an example for a lack of integrity.” Mark Zuckerberg
  34. 34. Designing for Integrity Control who we are and want to become Authenticity Express our full selves Intimacy Form vulnerable human connections
  35. 35. Real- World Self Role fluidity Gender fluidity SharingPlurality Polyamor Polygamy
  36. 36. Digital Self Virtual avatars Digital assistants Search resultsSocial graph Fake identities Social media persona
  37. 37. Gen Z “slashie generation”
  38. 38. 3. Designing for Romance
  39. 39. DIRECT COMPETITORS EXPERIENTIAL COMPETITORS The new competitive landscape Framework by Fjord
  40. 40. Business Insider
  41. 41. THE N UBIQUITY PRECISION EXPERIENCE EMPATHY FAST RELEVANT PERSONALIZEDHUMAN Platform Design Toolkit
  42. 42. Character Ethos Integrity Acumen Judgment Intuition Spirit Imagination Hope Heart Passion Compassion What humans are good at
  43. 43. Design for diversity Design for choice Design for diverse emotions/moods Highlight the value of personal data Make it tangible Use AI to manage access Design for human/conversational UI Always involve humans in the process Take a cue from open platforms Design for control
  44. 44. xBassxHarmingxBlockchainTechnologies.com Blockchain
  45. 45. Extreme Tech
  46. 46. Audrey Tang
  47. 47. @timleberecht tim@thebusinessromantic.com www.timleberecht.com

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