The next major change in computing is that it is becoming more experience oriented than information oriented. This talk shows how this is evolving and is natural next major revolution in computing and communication.
DATA MODEL: To capture events we need a common event model in order to avoid obfuscating event exploration and event-driven access to media.We used E-Model that introduces 6 facets for events (the circle diagram in the next slide) as the initial basis for our data model. We are currently building the formalizations of our data model which is based on this circle diagram. We are formally defining each facet in our data model. Each facet may involve structures and/or induced sub-graphs in addition to the RDF structure. However this is our future work and we will not talk about that here.
Lets show three classes in the world – with middle level containing most. The top has 1.5B people covering US, part of Europe, Australia, HongKong, Singapore, and a few percent in other countries. The middle has about 2.5B that is middle class – uses mobile and has corresponding purchasing and social power. The bottom is poor. We want to address the middle. The technology will slowly get to poor.
We should show icons/photos in this chart corresponding to the above.
We should have a chart that shows that Singapore is at the heart of World’s Middle class and has great leadership opportunity – economically-socially-politically.
We are excited by the 2 ideas ( of the web embracing real world happenings, and the next billion). We feel that we are uniquely positioned to contribute to various areas of its development.
Education networks parallel college network children learning network story sharing network
Not just a channel for communication and sharing – but a part of life.