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The future of Innovation is FREAK

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The future of Innovation is FREAK

  1. 1. Knowledges Future of Innovation Researchs Entrepreneurship Liberal Arts Knowledges? T h e F u t u r e o f i n n o v a t i o n i s Future Present Past Research Entrepreneurship Liberal Arts Knowledges? www.HumanityX.tech www.BioX.tech Pat PataranutapornMusic by Justin Timberlake
  2. 2. www.HumanityX.tech www.BioX.tech T h e F u t u r e o f i n n o v a t i o n i s Pat Pataranutaporn Future Present Past Research Entrepreneurship Liberal Arts Knowledges? Music by Justin Timberlake
  3. 3. www.HumanityX.tech www.BioX.tech T h e F u t u r e o f i n n o v a t i o n i s Pat Pataranutaporn Future Present Past Research Entrepreneurship Liberal Arts Knowledges? Music by Justin Timberlake
  4. 4. www.HumanityX.tech www.BioX.tech
  5. 5. — Socrates —
  6. 6. พีขอตาราง พีพีหน่อยครับ ว่าสะดวกตอน ไหนครับ? สิ่งที่พี่อยากให้พีพีเล่าคือ .... พีพีมีความเป็นมาอย่างไร (What is my background?)
  7. 7. พีขอตาราง พีพีหน่อยครับ ว่าสะดวกตอน ไหนครับ? สิ่งที่พี่อยากให้พีพีเล่าคือ .... พีพีมีความเป็นมาอย่างไร (What is my background?)
  8. 8. จุดเริ่มต้นของการทํา start up คืออะไร (How did I start a startup?)
  9. 9. จุดเริ่มต้นของการทํา start up คืออะไร (How did I start a startup?) I say “ Hi ” 😃
  10. 10. จุดเริ่มต้นของการทํา start up คืออะไร (How did I start a startup?) I say “ Hi ” 😃 พีพีมีอะไรเป็นแรงบันดาลใจ (What is my inspiration?)
  11. 11. Inspiration
  12. 12. Pattani
  13. 13. Phantom TollboothBarney and friends DoraemonBBC Walking with Dinosaur Zoids My childhood!
  14. 14. My childhood! Doraemon (Robot)Time machineTAKE COPTER
  15. 15. Innovation + Sciences
  16. 16. SATIT SCHOOL Demonstrated School under university
  17. 17. New class!
  18. 18. Profession, occupation and Technology
  19. 19. การงาน อาชีพ และ เทคโนโลยี Profession, occupation and Technology
  20. 20. ???
  21. 21. Lego ROBOT education
  22. 22. Lego ROBOT education in Singapore My mom Professor of Education
  23. 23. การงาน อาชีพ และ เทคโนโลยี
  24. 24. การงาน อาชีพ และ เทคโนโลยี
  25. 25. การงาน อาชีพ และ เทคโนโลยี Profession, occupation and Technology
  26. 26. Imagination Reality…
  27. 27. Project Based Learning
  28. 28. Professor Werasak Asia leading scientist Freak master & Director of JSTP SCIENCE PROJECTS
  29. 29. “Polystyrene Fact Sheet,” Foundation for Advancements in Science and Education, Los Angeles, California.
  30. 30. >500 year for degradation http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polystyrene
  31. 31. Recycling & Incineration 1%turn back to polystyrene most of the polystyrene is converted into carbon dioxide, water vapor, and heat. "Ease of Disposal". Retrieved 2009-06-25
  32. 32. The Biodegradation
  33. 33. Marker Soilweek1 Soilweek5 Soilweek6 Soilweek7 Soilweek8 Soilweek20 Foamweek1 Foamweek5 Foamweek6 Foamweek7 Foamweek8 Foamweek20 Controlweek6 Controlweek7 Controlweek8 Marker Marker Negative Bacteria from foamBacteria from soil Control DGGE 26/04/55 Running time 300 minute from PCR product 24/04/55 template use 8 µl. DGGE (Denature Gradient Gel Electrophoresis)
  34. 34. Marker Soilweek1 Soilweek5 Soilweek6 Soilweek7 Soilweek8 Soilweek20 Foamweek1 Foamweek5 Foamweek6 Foamweek7 Foamweek8 Foamweek20 Controlweek6 Controlweek7 Controlweek8 Marker Marker Negative Bacteria from foamBacteria from soil Control DGGE 26/04/55 Running time 300 minute from PCR product 24/04/55 template use 8 µl. DGGE (Denature Gradient Gel Electrophoresis)
  35. 35. Marker Soilweek1 Soilweek5 Soilweek6 Soilweek7 Soilweek8 Soilweek20 Foamweek1 Foamweek5 Foamweek6 Foamweek7 Foamweek8 Foamweek20 Controlweek6 Controlweek7 Controlweek8 Marker Marker Negative Bacteria from foamBacteria from soil Control DGGE 26/04/55 Running time 300 minute from PCR product 24/04/55 template use 8 µl. DGGE (Denature Gradient Gel Electrophoresis)
  36. 36. Marker Soilweek1 Soilweek5 Soilweek6 Soilweek7 Soilweek8 Soilweek20 Foamweek1 Foamweek5 Foamweek6 Foamweek7 Foamweek8 Foamweek20 Controlweek6 Controlweek7 Controlweek8 Marker Marker Negative Bacteria from foamBacteria from soil Control DGGE 26/04/55 Running time 300 minute from PCR product 24/04/55 template use 8 µl. DGGE (Denature Gradient Gel Electrophoresis)
  37. 37. Marker Soilweek1 Soilweek5 Soilweek6 Soilweek7 Soilweek8 Soilweek20 Foamweek1 Foamweek5 Foamweek6 Foamweek7 Foamweek8 Foamweek20 Controlweek6 Controlweek7 Controlweek8 Marker Marker Negative Bacteria from foamBacteria from soil Control DGGE 26/04/55 Running time 300 minute from PCR product 24/04/55 template use 8 µl. DGGE (Denature Gradient Gel Electrophoresis)
  38. 38. Marker Soilweek1 Soilweek5 Soilweek6 Soilweek7 Soilweek8 Soilweek20 Foamweek1 Foamweek5 Foamweek6 Foamweek7 Foamweek8 Foamweek20 Controlweek6 Controlweek7 Controlweek8 Marker Marker Negative Bacteria from foamBacteria from soil Control DGGE 26/04/55 Running time 300 minute from PCR product 24/04/55 template use 8 µl. DGGE (Denature Gradient Gel Electrophoresis)
  39. 39. PCR Product
  40. 40. PCR Product
  41. 41. PCR Product Mix DNA for ligation pGEM- T easy Target DNA
  42. 42. PCR Product Mix DNA for ligation
  43. 43. PCR Product Mix DNA for ligation
  44. 44. Transform plasmid to the competent cell.
  45. 45. E.Coli as Transform plasmid to the competent cell.
  46. 46. My respectable mentors Dr.Opas(Tun,thagoon( Dr.Ampai,p(Sookhom( Asst.Pro ( as(Tun,thagoon( Dr.Ampai,p(Sookhom( Asst.Prof(Dr.Savaporn(Su (Current(advisor) Ad hagoon( Dr.Ampai,p(Sookhom( Asst.Prof(Dr.Savaporn(Supaphol( (Current(advisor)( Advisor( .Ampai,p(Sookhom( Asst.Prof(Dr.Savaporn(Supaphol( (Current(advisor)( Advisor( nkhum( Mrs.RaCanawan(Inpang(
  47. 47. PASSION + FREEDOM
  48. 48. www.HumanityX.tech www.BioX.tech
  49. 49. Literature Biotechnology Algorithm Startup & Entrepreneurship Interactive arts
  50. 50. EXPLORE
  51. 51. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  52. 52. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation Biodesign X at the intersection of biology, technology, and design
  53. 53. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation www.BioX.tech Uranium Bioreduction Biological art Bioinspired game http://web.patthai.org/Green_mission www.BioX.tech DNArt.patthai.orgbiodesign.asu.edu
  54. 54. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation www.BioX.tech Uranium Bioreduction Biological art Bioinspired game http://web.patthai.org/Green_mission www.BioX.tech DNArt.patthai.orgbiodesign.asu.edu
  55. 55. U(VI) uranyl ions U(IV) solid Bacteria Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  56. 56. U(VI) uranyl ions U(IV) solid Bacteria Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  57. 57. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  58. 58. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  59. 59. United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation URANIUM Uranium is weakly radioactive, but highly toxic once inhaled or ingested. It can be found in low levels within all rock, soil, and water. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  60. 60. United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation Depleted Uranium exposureleukemogenic effect genetic effect reproductive effect neurological effect Miller AC, McClain D.; McClain (Jan–Mar 2007). "A review of depleted uranium biological effects: in vitro and in vivo studies". Rev Environ Health Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  61. 61. Bioreduction of Uranium using a Hydrogen-based membrane biofilm reactor at Night of the open door Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  62. 62. Bioreduction of Uranium using a Hydrogen-based membrane biofilm reactor at Night of the open door Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  63. 63. Bioreduction of Uranium using a Hydrogen-based membrane biofilm reactor at Night of the open door Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  64. 64. DNArt Project Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  65. 65. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation DNArt Project
  66. 66. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation DNArt Project
  67. 67. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation DNArt Project
  68. 68. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation DNArt Project
  69. 69. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation The green mission game
  70. 70. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation The green mission game
  71. 71. Kühl, From Brownfields to Greenfields: A Field Guide to Phytoremediation (2010) Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  72. 72. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation The green mission game
  73. 73. The green mission game Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  74. 74. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation The green mission game
  75. 75. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation The green mission game
  76. 76. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation The green mission game
  77. 77. The green mission game Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  78. 78. The green mission game Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  79. 79. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation The green mission game
  80. 80. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation The green mission game
  81. 81. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  82. 82. Visualizing advance sciences Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  83. 83. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  84. 84. MAKE SCIENCE Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  85. 85. MAKE SCIENCE FUN AGAIN! Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  86. 86. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation www.BioX.tech
  87. 87. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  88. 88. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  89. 89. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation Material for 3D food printer
  90. 90. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation FOODO Computational Thaifood printer
  91. 91. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation Pat Pataranutaporn at the South by Southwest Eco Conference. Pataranutaporn and his team were invited to attend and give a presentation on their biomimicry proposal as a part of winning second place in the global competition.
  92. 92. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  93. 93. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation Food BioX team at Startup Thailand
  94. 94. Social Innovation Innovative solution that make changes in society Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  95. 95. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  96. 96. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation Next analytics platform for social good
  97. 97. Te c h n o l o g y Mental health professionals People in crisis Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  98. 98. Te c h n o l o g y Mental health professionals People in crisis Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  99. 99. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  100. 100. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  101. 101. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation H u m a n i t y X . t e c h
  102. 102. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  103. 103. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation Jordan Bates Ram Polur Pat PataranutapornBin HongLeeDr. Kacie McCollum President & CEODirector of Operations Director of InnovationDirector of Clinical Informatics Director of Product Development & Outreach
  104. 104. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  105. 105. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  106. 106. Computational Media A platform, medium, or path to X Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  107. 107. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation Interactive museum design Interactive artInteractive platform for science Digitalized talung
  108. 108. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation Interactive Platform for DIY Biology
  109. 109. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation Interactive Platform for DIY Biology
  110. 110. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  111. 111. SCI-FI to REALITY Exhibition @Idea museum Biodesign Computational media Social innovation By AWESOME Group
  112. 112. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation SCI-FI to REALITY Exhibition @Idea museum By AWESOME Group
  113. 113. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  114. 114. AWESOME STUDIO OF ARTS & SCIENCES Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  115. 115. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  116. 116. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  117. 117. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation Interactive Arts & Aesthetics www.patthai.org
  118. 118. @Idea museum Digital cultures Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  119. 119. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  120. 120. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  121. 121. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  122. 122. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  123. 123. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  124. 124. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  125. 125. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  126. 126. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  127. 127. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  128. 128. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  129. 129. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  130. 130. Biodesign Computational media Social innovation
  131. 131. Lessons learned
  132. 132. 1) Mission driven is important Doing research or launching startup is like sailing a boat…
  133. 133. 1) Mission driven is important
  134. 134. 1) Mission driven is important Our goals!
  135. 135. 1) Mission driven is important Our goals! Distraction!
  136. 136. 1) Mission driven is important Our goals! Distraction! Paper works
  137. 137. 1) Mission driven is important Our goals! Distraction! Paper works Prejudice
  138. 138. 1) Mission driven is important Our goals! Distraction! Paper works Prejudice “Nah” people
  139. 139. 1) Mission driven is important
  140. 140. 1) Mission driven is important Our goals!
  141. 141. 1) Mission driven is important Our goals! Distraction!
  142. 142. 1) Mission driven is important Our goals! Distraction! Paper works
  143. 143. 1) Mission driven is important Our goals! Distraction! Paper works Prejudice
  144. 144. 1) Mission driven is important Our goals! Distraction! Paper works Prejudice “Nah” people
  145. 145. 2) Management matter!
  146. 146. 2) Management matter!
  147. 147. 2) Management matter! Academic research in Thailand Academic research in USA R&D for business/ Startup
  148. 148. 2) Management matter! Academic research in Thailand Academic research in USA R&D for business/ Startup LACK OF RESOURCES! (INFRASTRUCTURES & FINANCIAL!)
  149. 149. 2) Management matter! Our goals! LACK OF RESOURCES!
  150. 150. 2) Management matter! Our goals! LACK OF RESOURCES! PI or Captain
  151. 151. 2) Management matter! hierarchy centralized everyone is a leader!
  152. 152. 2) Management matter! hierarchy centralized everyone is a leader!
  153. 153. 2) Management matter! hierarchy centralized everyone is a leader! TEAM COMMUNICATION!
  154. 154. 2) Management matter! Our goals! What is our vision?
  155. 155. 3) History matter!
  156. 156. 3) History matter! Apollo 11, 1969
  157. 157. 3) History matter! > $10B project for moon exploration!
  158. 158. 3) History matter! What would motivate people to start a new space race?
  159. 159. 3) History matter! In 1765, the British government offer an award to improve ocean voyage
  160. 160. 3) History matter! 100 years ago, the first commercial flight started by an award for the first design that can travel across the atlantic non-stop!
  161. 161. 3) History matter!
  162. 162. 3) History matter! 1765 Now!1919 What would motivate people to start a new space race?
  163. 163. 3) History matter! 1765 Now!1919 SAME STRATEGIES
  164. 164. 3) History matter!
  165. 165. 3) History matter! History is full of ideas & patterns
  166. 166. 1765 Now!1919 What is the trend?
  167. 167. 1765 Now!1919 What is the trend? 4) Decentralization
  168. 168. 4) Decentralization Government Public
  169. 169. 4) Decentralization Government Public
  170. 170. 4) Decentralization Citizen Science
  171. 171. 4) Decentralization International Genetically Engineered Machine BioBrick : Lego of life
  172. 172. 4) Decentralization International Genetically Engineered Machine
  173. 173. 4) Decentralization
  174. 174. 4) Decentralization Cure cancer by playing games
  175. 175. 4) Decentralization
  176. 176. 4) Decentralization Biotechnology Financial technology Medical technologySpace technology
  177. 177. 4) Decentralization ONE MORE THING!
  178. 178. 4) Decentralization
  179. 179. 5) Machine learning Machine learning!
  180. 180. 5) Machine learning Terminator
  181. 181. 5) Machine learning Machine learning + Genetics algorithm
  182. 182. 5) Machine learning Machine learning + Genetics algorithm
  183. 183. 5) Machine learning
  184. 184. 5) Machine learning
  185. 185. 5) Machine learning
  186. 186. 5) Machine learning
  187. 187. 5) Machine learning
  188. 188. 5) Machine learning BEYOND! Machine learning
  189. 189. 5) Machine learning Eric Horvitz Managing Director, Microsoft Research http://chi2016mentalhealth.media.mit.edu/program/
  190. 190. Created by Non - human
  191. 191. The Next Rembrandt project
  192. 192. The Next Rembrandt project
  193. 193. We have machine that is replacing Human!
  194. 194. 6) Education (Final)
  195. 195. of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years alone. 90%
  196. 196. 6) Education (Final)
  197. 197. 6) Education (Final)
  198. 198. 6) Education (Final)
  199. 199. 6) Education (Final) SOCIAL ROBOT
  200. 200. 6) Education (Final)
  201. 201. 6) Education (Final)
  202. 202. 6) Education (Final)
  203. 203. 6) Education (Final)
  204. 204. 6) Education (Final)
  205. 205. 6) Education (Final)
  206. 206. 6) Education (Final)
  207. 207. 6) Education (Final)
  208. 208. 6) Education (Final)
  209. 209. 6) Education (Final) Passion +Mission driven
  210. 210. 6) Education (Final) Passion +Mission driven Life management
  211. 211. 6) Education (Final) Passion +Mission driven Life management History matter!
  212. 212. 6) Education (Final) Passion +Mission driven Life management History matter! Decentralize Power
  213. 213. 6) Education (Final) Passion +Mission driven Life management History matter! Decentralize Power Go beyond Machine
  214. 214. Imagination Reality…
  215. 215. Future Present Past Research Entrepreneurship Liberal Arts Knowledges?
  216. 216. Different & Unique
  217. 217. Our world is full of Can we be different?
  218. 218. Inspiration is like drop of water
  219. 219. Thanks my family, mentors, friends, and my supporters :)
  220. 220. "I think there is a world market for maybe five computers."
  221. 221. "I think there is a world market for maybe five computers." Thomas Watson, president of IBM, 1943
  222. 222. POSSIBLEIM
  223. 223. AKE POSSIBLEI M
  224. 224. Keep Freaking! Pat Pataranutaporn ppataran@asu.edu
  225. 225. Keep Freaking! Pat Pataranutaporn ppataran@asu.edu
  226. 226. www.HumanityX.tech www.BioX.tech T h e F u t u r e o f i n n o v a t i o n i s Pat Pataranutaporn Future Present Past Research Entrepreneurship Liberal Arts Knowledges? Music by Justin Timberlake
  227. 227. www.HumanityX.tech www.BioX.tech T h e F u t u r e o f i n n o v a t i o n i s Pat Pataranutaporn Future Present Past Research Entrepreneurship Liberal Arts Knowledges? Music by Justin Timberlake

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