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Digital DIY
opportunities and challenges
for the european society
Paris Open Source Summit
16 November 2016
by Marco Fiore...
CC BY-SA
Marco Fioretti
marco@freeknowledge.eu
Agenda
● Definition and examples of Digital DIY
● Goals of the DiDIY Projec...
CC BY-SA
Marco Fioretti
marco@freeknowledge.eu
Definition of DiDIY (Digital DIY)
● a social, NOT technical phenomenon, bas...
CC BY-SA
Marco Fioretti
marco@freeknowledge.eu
DiDIY examples
●Guns and other dangerous stuff? Of course, but also...
CC BY-SA
Marco Fioretti
marco@freeknowledge.eu
DiDIY examples (2)
More customized, affordable services...
CC BY-SA
Marco Fioretti
marco@freeknowledge.eu
DiDIY examples (3)
New ways to teach, learn and be creative
CC BY-SA
Marco Fioretti
marco@freeknowledge.eu
DiDIY examples (4)
Customizable, modular appliances that last decades
CC BY-SA
Marco Fioretti
marco@freeknowledge.eu
DiDIY examples (5)
Unique DIY furniture,
copies of designer pieces
CC BY-SA
Marco Fioretti
marco@freeknowledge.eu
DiDIY examples (6)
Right to Repair (or buy), discontinued products
or their...
CC BY-SA
Marco Fioretti
marco@freeknowledge.eu
DiDIY examples (7)
Make rural activities more sustainable
CC BY-SA
Marco Fioretti
marco@freeknowledge.eu
Summary: DiDIY...
● Makes «personal» manufacturing much easier and
cheaper
...
CC BY-SA
Marco Fioretti
marco@freeknowledge.eu
DiDIY is what
we saw in the
movies...
coming real
CC BY-SA
Marco Fioretti
marco@freeknowledge.eu
So, if...
● Freedom is good, and...
● Digital DIY gives more people more fr...
CC BY-SA
Marco Fioretti
marco@freeknowledge.eu
WAIT!
● Freedom is good
● But people are dangerous
● What can/must happen w...
CC BY-SA
Marco Fioretti
marco@freeknowledge.eu
Goals of the DiDIY Project
● DiDIY can lead to deep changes in the roles an...
CC BY-SA
Marco Fioretti
marco@freeknowledge.eu
First DiDIY results, main issues
● Rigorous definition of the phenomenon:
–...
CC BY-SA
Marco Fioretti
marco@freeknowledge.eu
Towards the DiDIY guidelines:
integrative mathematical models
● extend and ...
CC BY-SA
Marco Fioretti
marco@freeknowledge.eu
Towards the DiDIY guidelines:
DiDIY Policy Patterns
●http://didiy.referata....
CC BY-SA
Marco Fioretti
marco@freeknowledge.eu
● http://didiy.referata.com: repository of “policy patterns”:
● short descr...
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Marco Fioretti
marco@freeknowledge.eu
Thanks and.. let’s work together!
● Questions?
● See you at www.didiy.eu to...
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An overview of the Digital DIY phenomenon, the risks and opportunities it brings, and how, and why, the H2020 DiDIY project is studying it

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Digital DIY opportunities and challenges for the european society

  1. 1. Digital DIY opportunities and challenges for the european society Paris Open Source Summit 16 November 2016 by Marco Fioretti
  2. 2. CC BY-SA Marco Fioretti marco@freeknowledge.eu Agenda ● Definition and examples of Digital DIY ● Goals of the DiDIY Project ● First DiDIY results, most relevant issues ● Towards the DiDIY guidelines: DiDIY models and Policy Patterns ● Beyond DiDIY: (common?) future work
  3. 3. CC BY-SA Marco Fioretti marco@freeknowledge.eu Definition of DiDIY (Digital DIY) ● a social, NOT technical phenomenon, based on – Much easier and cheaper production of all sorts of“products”, including “unique” ones – accessible knowledge ● DiDIY empowers people to: – do things that they could have never done otherwise, e.g "sculpting" without using one’s hands – build things together, through open online communities ● Its greatest «enemies» are NOT technical limits, as much as legal, social and political barriers
  4. 4. CC BY-SA Marco Fioretti marco@freeknowledge.eu DiDIY examples ●Guns and other dangerous stuff? Of course, but also...
  5. 5. CC BY-SA Marco Fioretti marco@freeknowledge.eu DiDIY examples (2) More customized, affordable services...
  6. 6. CC BY-SA Marco Fioretti marco@freeknowledge.eu DiDIY examples (3) New ways to teach, learn and be creative
  7. 7. CC BY-SA Marco Fioretti marco@freeknowledge.eu DiDIY examples (4) Customizable, modular appliances that last decades
  8. 8. CC BY-SA Marco Fioretti marco@freeknowledge.eu DiDIY examples (5) Unique DIY furniture, copies of designer pieces
  9. 9. CC BY-SA Marco Fioretti marco@freeknowledge.eu DiDIY examples (6) Right to Repair (or buy), discontinued products or their spare parts, at the COMMUNITY fablab!
  10. 10. CC BY-SA Marco Fioretti marco@freeknowledge.eu DiDIY examples (7) Make rural activities more sustainable
  11. 11. CC BY-SA Marco Fioretti marco@freeknowledge.eu Summary: DiDIY... ● Makes «personal» manufacturing much easier and cheaper ● Gives potentially to everybody the freedom to: – Own (only) what they really need – Create spare parts for what they already own – Reduce pollution – Share all these benefits with everybody else
  12. 12. CC BY-SA Marco Fioretti marco@freeknowledge.eu DiDIY is what we saw in the movies... coming real
  13. 13. CC BY-SA Marco Fioretti marco@freeknowledge.eu So, if... ● Freedom is good, and... ● Digital DIY gives more people more freedom... ● So Digital DIY is good, right?
  14. 14. CC BY-SA Marco Fioretti marco@freeknowledge.eu WAIT! ● Freedom is good ● But people are dangerous ● What can/must happen when DiDIY becomes commonplace, and goes outside the personal sphere?
  15. 15. CC BY-SA Marco Fioretti marco@freeknowledge.eu Goals of the DiDIY Project ● DiDIY can lead to deep changes in the roles and relations among individuals, organizations, and society, with both opportunities and threats ● The H2020 DiDIY Project studies these scenarios, and all their long term implications for European society ● The deliverables of the project, which will end in June 2017, will include guidelines, for EU educators and policy makers, about how to deal with DiDIY and maximize its positive impacts on society.
  16. 16. CC BY-SA Marco Fioretti marco@freeknowledge.eu First DiDIY results, main issues ● Rigorous definition of the phenomenon: – DiDIY Knowledge Framework – DiDIY Vocabulary ● Overviews of legal/regulatory issues – reports on – Consumer safety, consumer protection, product liability… – Intellectual property, Right to Repair, “personal use” of digital designs… – Creativity, education, organization and work ● June 2017: final guidelines for EU educators and policy makers, about how to deal with DiDIY and maximize its positive impacts on society
  17. 17. CC BY-SA Marco Fioretti marco@freeknowledge.eu Towards the DiDIY guidelines: integrative mathematical models ● extend and complement qualitative analyses and descriptions ● open and highly reusable ● Average wealth without (left) and with plan sharing (right).
  18. 18. CC BY-SA Marco Fioretti marco@freeknowledge.eu Towards the DiDIY guidelines: DiDIY Policy Patterns ●http://didiy.referata.com: A repository of “policy patterns”: ● short descriptions of a solution to a particular problem (along with other helpful information) ● others can freely adopt and reusethe patterns to their own needs and situation ● we invite everybody who is interested to add their own patterns, and refine existing ones
  19. 19. CC BY-SA Marco Fioretti marco@freeknowledge.eu ● http://didiy.referata.com: repository of “policy patterns”: ● short descriptions of a solution to a particular problem (along with other helpful information) ● others can freely adopt and reusethe patterns to their own needs and situation ● we invite everybody who is interested to add their own patterns, and refine existing ones Example of DiDIY Policy Pattern
  20. 20. CC BY-SA Marco Fioretti marco@freeknowledge.eu Thanks and.. let’s work together! ● Questions? ● See you at www.didiy.eu to... ● Share relevant contacts and info ● Discuss how to work together to: promote, reuse and further develop the findings of DiDIY... also after the end of the project (June 2017)! This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 644344. Disclaimer: The views expressed in this website do not necessarily reflect the views of the EC.

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