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Interfacing Innovation

  1. 1. Social implications of innovation Laurent Haug Founder, Lift conference, Lift lab laurent@liftconference.com
  2. 2. Social implications of innovation 1. Innovation & society 2. Examples of technical, business, and social innovations 3. Take aways
  3. 3. Innovation changes society
  4. 4. Society changes innovation
  5. 5. The problem with this co-evolution • It is... • not evenly distributed • adopted slowly • not well understood • not a truth but a discussion • can’t be ignored anymore • hard to anticipate
  6. 6. Education in 2000 (1910, paleofuture.com)
  7. 7. The visiophone (1939, paleofuture.com)
  8. 8. Apple prediscts Apple in 1997 (1987, paleofuture.com)
  9. 9. Clothes in 2000? (1950, paleofuture.com)
  10. 10. Examples of recent (and upcoming) technical, business, and social innovations
  11. 11. Technical innovation • Communicating objects • Online convergence (& divergence) • Open source
  12. 12. Technical innovation • Communicating objects • Online convergence (& divergence) • Open source
  13. 13. Poken, www.doyoupoken.com
  14. 14. SPC-101c More on liftconference.com/videos
  15. 15. QB1 robot
  16. 16. QB1 robot
  17. 17. QB1 robot
  18. 18. Playmegaphone.com
  19. 19. Jury Hahn, PlayMegaPhone More on liftconference.com/videos
  20. 20. Technical evolutions • Communicating objects • Online convergence (& divergence) • Open source
  21. 21. Technical evolutions • Communicating objects • Online convergence (& divergence) • Open source
  22. 22. Business evolutions • Network is the new job security • Private life invades work • New exchanges and currencies
  23. 23. Private life invades work • A typical user spends 80% of his or her time communicating with just four other people. • People are using different communications technologies (fixed-line calls, mobile calls, texting, IM,VOiP) in distinct and divergent ways. • There is a flattening in voice communication and an increase in written channels. • Instead of work invading private life, private communications are invading the workplace. • People generally do not work while on the move: hotel rooms and airports are not seen as an appropriate environment for substantive work and are mainly used for e-mail. • Migrants are the most advanced users of communications technology. The economist, “Home truths about telecoms”
  24. 24. Social innovations • Transparency & openness • Governments behind changes • Conflict of value systems
  25. 25. Take aways
  26. 26. 20y = 8y
  27. 27. Important to unlearn
  28. 28. Solution is to anticipate
  29. 29. Where did the future go?
  30. 30. “Intelligence is the capacity to stand uncertainties” I. Kant
  31. 31. “21st century analphabetism is the incapacity to unlearn” A. Toffler

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