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David Reed - Social Mobility and the 3rd Cloud

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David Reed - Social Mobility and the 3rd Cloud

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David Reed - Social Mobility and the 3rd Cloud

  1. 1. rd Social Mobility and the 3 Cloud David P. Reed MIT Communications Futures Program MIT Media Laboratory Viral Communications Research Group dpreed@mit.edu 12 May 2008 12/5/09 © Copyright 2009 David P. Reed 1
  2. 2. In the Public Spaces of the Future... People will be: more aware of their context well connected, directly with each other People will need: To feel safe to establish trust with familiar strangers To share and collaborate with their neighbors 12/05/09 © Copyright 2009 David P. Reed 2
  3. 3. Living within computing Vannevar Bush, As we may think, 1945 John McCarthy -> F.J. Corbató, An experimental time- sharing system, 1961 Doug Englebart, A conceptual framework for the augmentation of man's intellect, 1962 J.C.R. Licklider, R. Taylor, The computer as communications device, 1967 12/05/09 © Copyright 2009 David P. Reed 3
  4. 4. Internet ... a connectivity utility 12/05/09 © Copyright 2009 David P. Reed 4
  5. 5. Cloud computing ... a resource utility Cloud 2 Cloud 1 12/05/09 © Copyright 2009 David P. Reed 5
  6. 6. rd The 3 cloud – mobile, social interaction utility Cloud 2 Cloud 1 Cloud 3 12/05/09 © Copyright 2009 David P. Reed 6
  7. 7. 3 cloud: qualities rd Context-based Mobile Mobility of people, not devices Social Communications centers on relationships and memberships which define identity Interoperability, Open participation Clouds grow via standardization of interfaces & evolving protocols 12/05/09 © Copyright 2009 David P. Reed 7
  8. 8. Public Interactive Surfaces Wall displays that serve visitors (and perhaps their owners, too) Sensors and computing support interaction Amulet provides identity and context 12/5/09 © Copyright 2009 David P. Reed 8
  9. 9. Among the Crowd • Each person at the center Shared of his/her own networks Setting of relationships • Relationships are “real- time” and “persistent” • Cooperation based in, requires instantiation of relationship 12/05/09 © Copyright 2009 David P. Reed 9
  10. 10. The Amulet • In-pocket computing and wireless communications device • Secure mediation of identity • Organizes and establishes personal context • Composes ambient computing systems • Multiple radio -> software adaptive radio 12/5/09 © Copyright 2009 David P. Reed 10
  11. 11. A “Social Dashboard” Show user 's social context Express and manipulate relationships Multiple Perspectives based on context 12/05/09 © Copyright 2008 David P. Reed 11
  12. 12. Awareness and Discovery • Sensing: – presence/activity in neighborhood • Signaling: – intent/interest/disinterest to neighbors • Neighborhood: – Physical neighborhood (user centered) – Social neighborhood (user centered) • Search: – Cooperative exploration using neighbors 12/5/09 © Copyright 2009 David P. Reed 12
  13. 13. Creating a common platform • Communications embedded in context • Enabled by identity • Centered around awareness and discovery • Cooperative use of common resources • Negotiation • Open interfaces (APIs) • Open negotiation protocols 12/5/09 © Copyright 2009 David P. Reed 13
  14. 14. rd Expression in the 3 cloud? Experience metaphors – Cloud 1: Browsable content – Cloud 2: MMORPG, Second Life – Cloud 3: • Intimate personal art • Environmental expression 12/5/09 © Copyright 2009 David P. Reed 14

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