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Connected Objects are natural born storyteller (IoT_Now)


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A recent version of "Connected Objects are natural born storyteller", crafted for IoT_now! DISRUPTIVE WEEK @Copernico

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Connected Objects are natural born storyteller (IoT_Now)

  1. 1. Connected  Objects  are   Natural  Born  Storytellers  By  Leandro  Agrò  
  2. 2. UX   Internet  of  Things   IxD   AI,  Virtual  Assistants   Eye-­‐Tracking   Usability   Mobile  &  Wearable   AR/VR   Natural  /  EmoFonal  UI   ‘97 ‘00 ‘08 DESIGNER
  3. 3. What  designers  should  design,  today? 3
  4. 4. ©  DESIGN  GROUP  ITALIA  
  6. 6. ©  DESIGN  GROUP  ITALIA  
  7. 7. ©  DESIGN  GROUP  ITALIA  
  10. 10. A  few  things  that  everyone  already  knows...   10
  11. 11. 11 According 98% of our DNA Humans = Apes What makes us... Humans?
  12. 12. 12 Humans are characterized by erect posture and bipedal locomotion; manual dexterity and increased tool use, compared to other animals; and a general trend toward larger, more complex brains and societies.
  13. 13. 13 Our small world, as we know it, is shaped by our tools
  14. 14. 14 Technological Innovation is an Evolutionary Process, that responds to social innovation. GeorgeBasalla We are the consequence of the TOOLS we use.
  15. 15. 15 Technologies  are  shaping  us    through  the     cogniFve  (connected)  devices  we  are  using  
  16. 16. 16 When SCI-­‐FI  AGE
  17. 17. 17 When We  live  on  the  border  between     Cloud  FOG  compuFng  and  the  IoT  Age.       At  this  stage  of  technological  evoluFon,   being  connected  is  a  Darwinian  issue   for  a  product:  a  key  element  for  it,  to   live  long  and  prosper.     SCI-­‐FI  AGE
  18. 18. Cultural  ShiX 18
  19. 19. 19 Every  Tool,  service  and   business  that  jumps  into   digital  technology,  starts  to   follow  Moore’s  Law:       Peter  Diamandis   h[p://   AcceleraFon  changes  everything  
  20. 20. BILLION  of  connected  objects  are   knocking  to  our  doors 20
  21. 21. Placing  an  object  in  a  pocket,  in  a  car,  on  a  desktop  or  in   customer’s  homes  means  to  create  a  personal,  bi-­‐direcFonal,     always-­‐on,  communica;on  channel.   BUSINESS IoT??!!
  22. 22. 22 The  INTERNET  OF  THINGS  bridges  both  the   physical  and  digital  worlds,  permibng  the  power   of  the  internet  to  reach  everywhere  humanity.  
  23. 23. We  are  already  living  a  world  wide   conversaFon  that  includes  our  tools 23
  24. 24. 24 We  evolve  sharing   stories  
  25. 25. 25  Who  is  actually  taking  the  picture?   Are  you  smiling?   Are  your  eyes  open?   Who  added  locaFon?   Who  added  metadata?   Smartphones  are  supporFng  your  storytelling…    
  26. 26. 26    What  is  real?  Who  is  the  arAst?   Algorithm  is  acFvely  proposing  a   specific  way  to  tell  the  story…    
  27. 27. 27  Is  this  an  incepAon?   From  where  the  SELFIE  habit  come  from?     Why  do  you  want  to  share  this  picture  with  “social”  friends?   We  are  the  consequence  of  the  tools  we  use   Mutual  influence,  induced  need,  incepFon   Your  phone  is  influencing  the   start  of  a  new  story  
  28. 28. 28 Proac;ve  Panorama   Androids  examine  every  picture  you   take  -­‐  and  -­‐  it  proacFvely  assembles  a   panorama  without  your  request.  
  29. 29. 29 Proac;ve  Panorama   Androids  examine  every  picture  you   take  -­‐  and  -­‐  it  proacFvely  assembles  a   panorama  without  your  request.   Your  phone  is  autonomously  building  a  frame  of  the  story  
  30. 30. 30 Build  the  story     One-­‐click  Movie  trailer     Families  started  to  collect  and   record  their  special  moments  in   a  brand  new  way,  that  is   actually  influencing  their   lifeFme  memories   Your  phone  is  autonomously   building  the  teaser  of  a  story  
  31. 31. 31 Collec;ng  Data   Connected  objects  are  usually  smart   enough  to  play  an  automa;c   behavior.       For  example,  make  a  detecFon  each   “x”  minutes,  or  take  a  picture  each   Fme  there  is  a  specific  condiFon,   etc.       AutomaFc  memories  are  almost  a  story.  In  fact,  starFng   from  a  simple  acFon  repeated  in  Fme,  is  easy  to  create   a  visualizaFon  that  supports  a  specific  storytelling.  
  32. 32. 32 Organizing  Data   Visualizing  informaFon  is  already  a   first  picture  of  a  story.   The  right  visualizaFon  is  powerful  way   to  influence  users.     Fitness  bracelets  records  what  we  do  every  day.     This  extended  memory,  visualized  through  a  dashboard,     is  able  to  make  our  behavior  measurable  and  more   understandable.     At  the  same  Fme,  the  new  automa;c,  visual  and   mathema;cal  language  of    these  automa;c   memories  is  already  part  of  a  brand  new  kind  of   storytelling.     Your  dashboard  is  a  representaFon  of  you.   You  are  your  dashboard.   You  might  desire  to  achieve  a  be[er  result.    
  33. 33. 33 From  interac;on  to  rela;onship   Luka  is  an  app  that  gives   recommendaFons  in  a  chat  interface.     Users  can  message  with  quesFons  like   “Anything  fun  to  do  tonight?”     Luka  then  processes  those  requests  and   sends  back  recommendaFons  that  are   based  not  only  on  the  request  itself  but   your  history  and  preferences.   Luka’s  storytelling  is  influencing  your  choices    
  34. 34. 34 Lived  conversa;on   Today’s  3.0  update  to  the  Telegram   apps  makes  interacFng  with  bots   super-­‐easy.  In  most  cases  you  won’t   even  have  to  type  anything,  because   bots  will  provide  you  with  a  set  of   custom  bu[ons.     Bots  are  simply  Telegram  accounts  operated  by  soXware  –   not  people  –  and  they'll  oXen  have  AI  features.  They  can   do  anything  –  teach,  play,  search,  broadcast,  remind,   connect,  integrate  with  other  services,  or  even  pass   commands  to  the  Internet  of  Things.   Your  personal  assistant  “talks”  with  you  on  social  
  35. 35. 35 A  new  way  for  NEWS?   Quartz  bot  is  an  app  that  interacts   with  you,  offering  up  news  stories   which  you  can  choose  to  get  more   informaFon  about  or  move  on  to   the  next.     People  don’t  read  the  news   anymore?  Let’s  allow  computers  to   build  stories  that  might  fit  the  users   short  a[enFon  span.  
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  38. 38. 38 knightscope-­‐k5      Skin & hearth    We  all  are  cyborgs      Mission  CriAcal  autonomous        machines  observing  us   Autonomous  cars  learn  from  all  of  us  -­‐
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  40. 40. Our  Connected  Objects  started  helping  us  to  tell   stories,  but  they  might  learn  to  tell  their  own  stories,   exactly  like  CARS  that  are  learning  to  DRIVE. 40
  41. 41. 41 Storyteller  objects  are  already  influencing  the  scene.     Younger  genera;ons  are  seeing  faces  instead  screens...     The  incoming  communicaFon  will  be  a  relaFonship  in  which   objects  emerge  -­‐from  the  Fog-­‐  as  real  en;;es.  
  42. 42. 42 hGp://­‐jibo-­‐with-­‐the-­‐sdk/  
  43. 43. 43 THINGS  are  evolving  faster   than  we  might  expect  
  44. 44. 44 Infuse HUMANITY into everything (or everything it will evolve without it)
  45. 45.  @leeander   Connected  Objects  are  Natural  Born  Storytellers   Thank you