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Networked Humans

  1. 1. Espaces et services branchés Dans le cadres des soirées Interface[s] Montréal de la SAT + Sylvain Carle CTO Praized Media + + Sous licence Creative Commons BY 2.0 <a href=&quot;http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/&quot; rel=&quot;license&quot;>cc by 2.0</a>
  2. 2. Networked spaces and services Interface[s] Montréal @ SAT www.interfacesmontreal.org + Sylvain Carle CTO Praized Media + + Licensed under Creative Commons BY 2.0 <a href=&quot;http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/&quot; rel=&quot;license&quot;>cc by 2.0</a>
  3. 3. ok
  4. 4. so this presentation is using a convention I am now starting to call Montréal Style
  5. 5. slides in english and presentation en français
  6. 6. local language context and easier international distribution
  7. 7. With quelques francophone twists throw in for good measure, parce que ça me plait
  8. 8. one thing about the title
  9. 9. I think it sucks
  10. 10. (un peu)
  11. 11. you know, we kind of get what this evening should be about
  12. 12. Intelligent digital systems are now reaching all our living environments... Into homes, businesses, schools, hospitals, theatres, city squares and public parks. The power of the user is increasing too. The result: consumers and providers are redefining what it means to be connected.
  13. 13. Intelligent digital systems are now reaching all our living environments ... Into homes, businesses, schools, hospitals, theatres, city squares and public parks. The power of the user is increasing too . The result: consumers and providers are redefining what it means to be connected .
  14. 14. We are now reaching all our living environments ... into homes, businesses, schools, hospitals, theatres, city squares and public parks. The power of the user is increasing too . The result: consumers and providers are redefining what it means to be connected ness .
  15. 15. networked humans
  16. 16. This is really a thought piece on Networked Augmented Society (humans & places & data)
  17. 17. It's all about context
  18. 18. So here's my personal vision of where *WE* are heading
  19. 19. Le futur n'est pas ce qui vient vers nous, mais ce vers quoi nous allons Jean-Marie Guyau
  20. 20. Near term Science-Fiction
  21. 21. Obligatory Tim Oreilly quoting William Gibson Quote : « The future is already here it is just unevenly distributed » http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/William_Gibson
  22. 22. Concepts of old (mostly by others for you)
  23. 23. These are on their way out!
  24. 24. Virtual Reality Personalisation (mass customization) Official representation of the world (physical and conceptual) Broadcast, mass publishing, push Nation/States as Providers
  25. 25. Virtual Reality Personalisation (mass customization) Official representation of the world (physical and conceptual) Broadcast, mass publishing, push Nation/States as Providers
  26. 26. Virtual Reality Personalisation (mass customization) Official representation of the world (physical and conceptual) Broadcast, mass publishing, push Nation/States as Providers
  27. 27. Virtual Reality Personalisation (mass customization) Official representation of the world (physical and conceptual) Broadcast, mass publishing, push Nation/States as Providers
  28. 28. Virtual Reality Personalisation (mass customization) Official representation of the world (physical and conceptual) Broadcast, mass publishing, push Nation/States as Providers
  29. 29. Global Internetworking has enabled a major shift from the group to the individual or smaller group I like to call them tribes
  30. 30. New concepts for networked humans
  31. 31. Augmented Reality Mashups and semantic web (give me data or give me death) Neogeography, Wikipedia for Geo Participative media, I Am Media Hacking education and democracy
  32. 32. Let's quickly look at Philosophical underpinnings (California hippies/libertarians) Technological means (ISO, IEEE, W3C) Economies of scale (the power of N)
  33. 33. There's a struggle between
  34. 34. centralisation and decentralisation
  35. 35. <ul><li>+ philosophy &quot;Knowledge is power&quot; and Relativism + social/cultural Transnationalism and cultural mashups + technology/media (blending) Always-on, high bandwith/resilience, partial attention, engineered serendipity, filtering + economy long tail, globalisation + democracy can proportonial representation still work? + law (the one with the highest need of renewal) </li></ul>
  36. 36. Some Network Axioms to think about
  37. 37. I'm a decentralist (so you know where I stand)
  38. 38. Atomization of content (information needs to &quot;travel&quot; the network) The value of sources (code, data), systems designed to adapt, collective intelligence Emotional technology New business models not scarcity but infinite supply attention and trust are the new metrics markets are conversations, democracy should be about conversations too (it can't right now)
  39. 39. One network fits all? Probably not.
  40. 40. Interop!
  41. 41. <ul><li>+ philosophy + society/culture + technology + economy + democracy + law </li></ul>
  42. 42. Do needs breed services?
  43. 43. Does availibility create need?
  44. 44. Is it about infrastructures?
  45. 45. Is it about devices?
  46. 46. Is it about interfaces?
  47. 47. Is it about people?
  48. 48. real (deeply human) connections are high bandwidth either timewise or sensory wise (seeing, smelling, touching)
  49. 49. It's all about Being Connected
  50. 50. Thanks! Sylvain Carle CTO Praized Media www.praized.com www.afroginthevalley.com

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