Mobility, Cloud, and the Coming Singularity


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The impact of “big data” in the cloud on the enterprise, users’ perceptions of support and how support will evolve to use techniques to analyze the data to eventually support precognitive issues. We are living in the future; our devices can see, talk and translate the world around us. Our instant link to knowledge means children today have access to more data than physicians of fifteen years ago. In a single day in 2011 more data is created on the web than in the years spanning 1995 to 2000.


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  • Only Human – The Raw Materials of Big Data for NowSmoking Version 2 – MobilityZeta – Big DataFuture Present – The marriage of big data with MobilityBeyond – Dealing with the ramifications of merging of humans and machinesPrepare – Skill sets of tomorrow
  • We don’t live in the real world…..We live in our machines. Families aren’t together and new families have emerged, families that have never even met.
  • Technology adoption
  • But times are changing for TV
  • Senses – Proximity, Light, Location, Camera, Voice In/ Out, Touch, Vibrate, Accelerometer, GyroscopeAPP Internet – Apps powered by the Internet (Siri) and API’sWithin 24 months our mobile devices will know more about us than we know about themBy 2020 There will be 50 billion devices – 7 for each person on earth
  • 3G subscriber growth
  • The cost of delivering a gigabyte of data will surpass the cost carriers receive for said gigabyte
  • We are being driven by apps, apps add to big data like no other medium because of the 100’s of API’s.
  • They are smart, very smart and THEY LOVE TO SHARE
  • The Big Data in Big Data2011 the volume of available data 1.8 zetabyte.(A zetabyte is a trillion gigabytes; that’s a 1 with 21 zeros trailing behind it.)Growing by a factor of 9 in just five years.
  • Before machines we were crunching BIG data in little books, here’s an analysis of “Recession vs. Depression” from 1800 to 2000
  • If 2010 catch phrase was “there’s an app for that”2015 will be known as “there’s an algorithm for that”What Does Big Data mean for the enterprisenew type of corporate asset that will cut across business units and function much as a powerful brand does
  • What happens in 60 secondsIn 2011, the amount of information created and replicated will surpass 1.8 zettabytes (1.8 trillion gigabytes) – growing by a factor of 9 in just five years.
  • 200 times the content of all human knowledge62 times the number of RED BLOOD CELLS in a single personWhat will 2015 look like
  • 1 million billion OR 1 QUADRILLION floppy disks
  • Computations per second 1940 through today, and the cost of those computationsOne of the pioneers of integrated circuits was describing to me recently the struggles to go from 10 micron (10,000-nanometer) feature sizes to five-micron (5,000 nanometers) features over 30 years ago. Today, Intel is starting to use chips with 22-nanometer gate lengths.
  • Skynet 2012?
  • Giving away the keys to the kingdomDARPA Needs Help with Apophenia
  • It’s not that we are growing faster, we are also adapting faster
  • America might not be producing fords, but we are producing data. Data is the new raw currency for the digital economy
  • Watson computerWatson .nextIBM is now working with Nuance (a company I originally founded as Kurzweil Computer Products) to have Watson read tens of thousands of medical articles to create a medical diagnostician.
  • Satelliteand Cars with Cameras Google street cam) have given a generation of children unprecedented access to exploreThe Google self-driving cars (which have driven over 140,000 miles through California cities and towns) learn from their own driving experience as well as from Google cars driven by human drivers. As I mentioned, Watson learned most of its knowledge by reading on its own.
  • Photosynth takes millions of photos and puts them together in real time so you can view any position on earth from ANY point of VIEW, at ANY TIME, so traveling back in time is soon to be just a Flickr query away.
  • How do we fill in the errors and the data that can’t be “seen” crowd sourcing? Community sourcing? population sourcing?Google Plus
  • Big data doesn't’t stop at people correcting maps, what about those capcha’s, yes you are decoding history….or in other words, you’ve been gameified for that porn.
  • What about the speed of Big Data? Faster than nature? Tweets after an earthquake
  • Big Data and moods? It’s more than just being the Mayor of the local pub
  • Big Little Data?Fold IT – From Decades to Days15 Years Ago It Cost $3 Billion And Took 15 Years To Sequence - Your Genome Sequenced In 2 Hours For $1,000By this time next year, our kids will be sequencing DNA while finishing Mario KartWe are racing from the outside of the body and from the inside of the body to fill in the void of big data
  • What has been enabled by big data and mobility?
  • Augmented RealityAnticipatory Event ManagementGeofencingHyper Local KnowledgeDigital Influence
  • AUGMENTED REALITY – HUMANS TO MACHINESDevices that augment the world around us in every day useUniversity of Washington researchers have figured out how to implant semitransparent LED contactsHyper Flesh to start the process of measuring all of our senses----- Meeting Notes (11/7/11 10:24) -----Next, what about a reality for MACHINES? Can we augment their reality?
  • AUGMENTED REALITY – MACHINCES Machine won’t need to augment reality once they can see it
  • Anticipatory Event Management – human volunteered data – Global Consciousness v1
  • Digital Influence
  • Skills for IT 2015VisualizationApopheniaHagiography (Hag-gee-og-graphy) study of saintsEpistemology (Ip-pis-ta-mol-logy) – knowledge scienceHomogenized Data Gentrification
  • “Hard to believe” is the new black. If you will be employed in 2025 You need to think about few things TODAY.
  • Would anyone go to a “natural” doctor who might kill you but has preserved his personal freedom and noble personality over an “enhanced” doctor who might be a mess personally and have a horrible bedside manner but has the souped-up skills that can actually save you. 
  • This 3 min clip from ray kurzweil will do a great job of summing up how all this is going to happen
  • IT will enable us to evolve into the next version of our better selves, and soon wake up the universe itself.
  • The global brain is still in its infancy. We can raise it to help us make a better world, or we can raise it to be selfish, unjust and short-term in its outlook.
  • Thank you
  • Mobility, Cloud, and the Coming Singularity

    2. 2. AGENDA
    3. 3. ONLY HUMAN “it has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity. “
    4. 4. “men have become the tools of their tools “ SMOKING VERSION 2
    5. 5. MOBILITY •Senses – Proximity, Light, Location, Camera, Voice In/ Out, Touch, Vibrate, Accelerometer, Gyroscope, touch, gesture •APP Internet – Apps powered by the Internet (Siri) and API’s • Within 24 months our mobile devices will know more about us than we know about them •By 2020 There will be 50 billion devices – 7 for each person on earth
    6. 6. MOBILITY •There are 5.3 billion mobile subscribers (that's 77 percent of the world population). Growth is led by China and India •Web-enabled handsets - in 2011, over 85 percent of new handsets will be able to access the mobile Web
    7. 7. “Where is the Life we have lost in living? Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge? Where is the knowledge we have lost in information? “
    8. 8. ZETA 1995-2000 •2010 – 2 Days. •2011 – 1 Day. Internet 2003 •Facebook 2011
    9. 9. 1 Floppy Disks
    10. 10. Flat Earth
    11. 11. Flickr Time Travel
    12. 12. Fixing the Errors
    13. 13. “we're still in the first minutes of the first day of the internet revolution.“
    14. 14. FUTURE PRESENT •Augmented Reality •Geofencing •Anticipatory Event •Hyper Local Knowledge Management (Precognition v1) •Digital Influence
    15. 15. “the best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. the next best time is now. “
    16. 16. PREPARE •Data Visualization •Apophenia •Digital Hagiography •Epistemology •Homogenized Data Gentrification
    17. 17. “any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from “
    18. 18. BEYOND •Personal Data Liberation Recommendation Engine •Trans-human •Hybrid Reality (Augmented Reality v2) •Temporal Analytics Engine •Emotional •Post Carbon Knowledge Work •20% chance we are all SIMS
    19. 19. “If men cease to believe that they will one day become gods then they will surely become worms.” – Henry Miller