Power of Internet and What Developers Can Do for the Society

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Power of Internet and What Developers Can Do for the Society

  1. 1. Power of Internet and What Developers Can Do for the Society Google Developer Relations Fumi Yamazaki https://plus.google.com/+FumiYamazaki/
  2. 2. 2011.3.11 14.46 JST Magnitude 9.0 Photo: CC BY-NC-SA by Fumi Yamazaki
  3. 3. Photo: CC BY-NC-SA by Fumi Yamazaki
  4. 4. Photo: CC BY-NC-SA by Fumi Yamazaki
  5. 5. Phases and actions 1. Respond 2. Rebuild 3. Remember 4. Prepare
  6. 6. Respond
  7. 7. Person Finder Lessons learned: Speed is important Launched 2 hours after the earthquake
  8. 8. Person Finder Lessons learned: Adjust to reality / Trust people 10,000 photos 5,000 volunteers 670,000 records
  9. 9. Migration of Data - National Police Agency - Local governments - NHK (national broadcaster) - Mobile telecom carriers - Shelter information
  10. 10. Rebuild
  11. 11. Create Online Presence Create Online Business http://www.innovationtohoku.com/
  12. 12. Create Future Industry -Tohoku Tech Dojo- https://sites.google.com/site/tohokudojo/
  13. 13. Remember
  14. 14. Memories for Future 2008/7 Before tsunami 2011/8 4 months after 2013/5 2 years after http://www.miraikioku.com/en/
  15. 15. Prepare
  16. 16. Project 311 -Great East Japan Earthquake Big Data Workshop- • https://sites.google.com/site/prj311e/
  17. 17. Data providers • • • • • • Google Twitter Honda Zenrin Data Com Asahi Newspaper NHK • • • • • Rescue Now JCC Bit.ly Weather News Japan Weather Association
  18. 18. Data provided • Traveled roads data • Railroad operation information • Realtime population estimation • Newspaper articles • Transcripts of the audio broadcasted by NHK • Text summary of TV programs • Japanese tweets • Search query trends
  19. 19. Participants • Hackers and developers • Researchers from academia • Researchers from private companies • Bureaucrats from ministries • Journalists
  20. 20. Project Hayano http://speedi.mapping.jp/
  21. 21. Media Coverage Map http://media.mapping.jp/
  22. 22. Importance of Open Data
  23. 23. Getting the data
  24. 24. Simulation by SPEEDI
  25. 25. Simulation by SPEEDI
  26. 26. Simulation by SPEEDI
  27. 27. Simulation by SPEEDI
  28. 28. Make Data Useful
  29. 29. Quote from citizen in Fukushima “I cannot go out of my house without looking at this app”
  30. 30. Make Data Available
  31. 31. DIY Geiger counters
  32. 32. SPEED Photo: CC BY by John Talbot
  33. 33. KNOW THE TOOLS Photo: CC BY-SA by Janne Moren
  34. 34. POWERFUL TOOLS Photo: CC BY-SA by Charles & Hudson
  35. 35. 1,000 USD App Engine 1,000 USD Compute Engine cloud.google.com/starterpack promo code: fuy-in
  36. 36. SHARE Photo: CC BY-SA by Bob Peterson
  37. 37. END USERS Photo: CC BY-SA by Ben Grey
  38. 38. UNDERSTAND NEEDS Photo: CC BY-SA by losheungchi1987
  39. 39. Work on Things that Matter
  40. 40. Technology Can Help Make a Better Society
  41. 41. Developers Can Help Make a Better World
  42. 42. Just in Japan?
  43. 43. Hurricane Manuel e Ingrid http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/mexico-emergency-flights-taketourists-from-flooded-acapulco-1.1857325 http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-09-20/rescuers-search-for-68people-missing-after-mexican-mudslide/4970402
  44. 44. Haiyan / Yolanda Typhoon in Philippines http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-11-07/philippines-braces-forhaiyan-seen-as-2013-s-strongest-typhoon.html
  45. 45. GDG/GBG/GSA launched Crisis Map Google Developers Group Google Business Group Google Student Ambassadors http://google.org/crisismap/a/gmail.com/TyphoonYolanda
  46. 46. Incorporated in the Philippine Government Crisis Response Site http://www.gov.ph/crisis-response/updates-typhoon-yolanda/
  47. 47. Person Finder by Google Crisis Response http://www.google.org/personfinder/2013-yolanda
  48. 48. Project Agos Collaborative Disaster Map http://www.rappler.com/rich-media/43075-yolandaph-helpmap-criticial-report-agos
  49. 49. Project Noah Crisis Information Site http://noah.dost.gov.ph/
  50. 50. Hack4good Hackathon for Crisis Response https://geekli.st/hackathon/52793a2660fb3f52d50001f8
  51. 51. Just for disaster?
  52. 52. Code for Ciudad de Mexico
  53. 53. http://opendata.mx/
  54. 54. Open Data Hackathon Mexico City January, 2014
  55. 55. Open Data http://datos.labplc.mx/datasets/
  56. 56. Open Data http://lab.data4.mx/
  57. 57. Hack For Japan
  58. 58. https://sites.google.com/site/hackforjapan/
  59. 59. Gracias!
  60. 60. Deleted slides
  61. 61. Drivable Map

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