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Sustainable lifestyles  Collective intelligence   & emerging models        ?
Angenius Institute         •             Incubator of projects : sustainable + open source         •             Pilots "i...
Collective intelligenceEthology : ants,bees, migratingbirds...
Keys of CI•    "The whole is more than the sum of parties" eg.    jazz band or soccer team•    From original CI to pyramid...
Learning process
Wikipedias example      6th worldwide site      Knowledge ecosystem – only 90 employees in 2011      Collective intelli...
Google, making business on our CI•    90% market share in 10 years•    Market value 220 bn $ - cash reserves 43 bn $•    T...
YouTube... is this intelligence???• 4th site• An anthropological introduction to  YouTube• Equivalent of 2 days video uplo...
Keys of virality       … So what does it meaaannn???
Bacterias are more intelligent than us•    Migrate, adapt individually or... change the environment by cooperating•    Sci...
BedzedArt object – reduce our fooprint by 50 %
Worldwide propagation    100 000 homes delivered    OP Cities & governments    Flagship projects
Loos-en-GohellePilot city of interpretation
Collective intelligence in real life
The consecrationWorld Intangible Cultural Heritage Unesco june 2012   " After the gods pyramid,   people will visit the la...
New business modelsThe sharing economyFunctionality (from   Redistribution   Collaborativeproduct to service)     markets ...
The rise of collaborative consumption      * After P2P, H2H      * Reputation and trust between strangers
Virality http://vimeo.com/28 413747 http://www.ted.com/talks/rachel_botsman_the_curre ncy_of_the_new_economy_is_trust.html...
The Open source revolution • From open source to open   hardware DIY • Replicable / documented • Participation and practic...
Healthcare application      • 3 dayx hackathon      • Co-production        between FabLabs                           50 $ ...
Open science    Day science vs night science    Exploring the limits: the CRI example
Open educationLearning by questioning    Learning by doing & questioning    Innovative models : escuela nueva, mentoring...
Acceleration of progressSequencing of the genome        Technological progress + spreading of research          Cost cut d...
Laboratories in our pockets         4 billion mobiles in the world       Mobile = lab connected to the world              ...
Games catalyse collective intelligence   Fold-it : 350 000 players solve problems unsolved for decades
Food for thought    What is your art-object ? A shared over-arching    goal    From network to rhizome … what is meaning...
Meaning, for me    Education and transmission
Inspiring change
Conclusion    Invitation to play    Everyone can participate    Open and sustainable
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Presentation made on nov 12, 2012 to the HIPOs (high potential executives) of Danone Waters. All in english

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  1. 1. Sustainable lifestyles Collective intelligence & emerging models ?
  2. 2. Angenius Institute • Incubator of projects : sustainable + open source • Pilots "in vivo" • Applied research partnerships – open science + education Sites : http://angenius.net, http://thanh-nghiem.frhttp://thanh-nghiem.fr
  3. 3. Collective intelligenceEthology : ants,bees, migratingbirds...
  4. 4. Keys of CI• "The whole is more than the sum of parties" eg. jazz band or soccer team• From original CI to pyramidal, swarm and global• Key principles: linking object, emergence, collaborative model, holoptism, learning organization• Linking object: miam-miam, witch and art-object
  5. 5. Learning process
  6. 6. Wikipedias example  6th worldwide site  Knowledge ecosystem – only 90 employees in 2011  Collective intelligence, doxa, verifiability  Not a big book on Internet, but a process  Learn to learn
  7. 7. Google, making business on our CI• 90% market share in 10 years• Market value 220 bn $ - cash reserves 43 bn $• Tomorrow our best friend?• Defying governments and content producers• Non constrained time: the 20% rule
  8. 8. YouTube... is this intelligence???• 4th site• An anthropological introduction to YouTube• Equivalent of 2 days video uploaded every minute• A tiny x% reach 1M views• Friday 200 M hits – Tastemakers, participation, unexpectedness
  9. 9. Keys of virality … So what does it meaaannn???
  10. 10. Bacterias are more intelligent than us• Migrate, adapt individually or... change the environment by cooperating• Sciences of acceleration – why mutation rates boom under stress• Bacterias over billion years – learn to learn and to unlearn, increase their learning capacity – collaborate, exchange information on how to best cooperate – hence are able to build an environment that suits them• Information is process/protocol, not content
  11. 11. BedzedArt object – reduce our fooprint by 50 %
  12. 12. Worldwide propagation 100 000 homes delivered OP Cities & governments Flagship projects
  13. 13. Loos-en-GohellePilot city of interpretation
  14. 14. Collective intelligence in real life
  15. 15. The consecrationWorld Intangible Cultural Heritage Unesco june 2012 " After the gods pyramid, people will visit the laborers pyramid"" Recognition of the miners history transforms what we see as "patrimony" in the world"
  16. 16. New business modelsThe sharing economyFunctionality (from Redistribution Collaborativeproduct to service) markets lifestyles
  17. 17. The rise of collaborative consumption * After P2P, H2H * Reputation and trust between strangers
  18. 18. Virality http://vimeo.com/28 413747 http://www.ted.com/talks/rachel_botsman_the_curre ncy_of_the_new_economy_is_trust.htmlhttp://thanh-nghiem.fr
  19. 19. The Open source revolution • From open source to open hardware DIY • Replicable / documented • Participation and practice • Intelligent design
  20. 20. Healthcare application • 3 dayx hackathon • Co-production between FabLabs 50 $ vs 10 000 $ + local largehttp://thanh-nghiem.fr scale production
  21. 21. Open science Day science vs night science Exploring the limits: the CRI example
  22. 22. Open educationLearning by questioning Learning by doing & questioning Innovative models : escuela nueva, mentoring pyramids, crowdsourcing Even children can be researchers
  23. 23. Acceleration of progressSequencing of the genome Technological progress + spreading of research Cost cut down drastically (5 x Moores law)
  24. 24. Laboratories in our pockets 4 billion mobiles in the world Mobile = lab connected to the world + Lens (15 €) = microscope (350 k€)
  25. 25. Games catalyse collective intelligence Fold-it : 350 000 players solve problems unsolved for decades
  26. 26. Food for thought What is your art-object ? A shared over-arching goal From network to rhizome … what is meaning ? – Learning process, sharing protocol – Crowdsourcing wisdom, engage participation and diversity – Tag and social networks to enhance organic intelligence Events / MPRL
  27. 27. Meaning, for me Education and transmission
  28. 28. Inspiring change
  29. 29. Conclusion Invitation to play Everyone can participate Open and sustainable

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