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Delivered at Dartmouth for their iLead program, this presentation looks at social networking, quantified self, internet of things and human input as the most important disruptors today.

Delivered at Dartmouth for their iLead program, this presentation looks at social networking, quantified self, internet of things and human input as the most important disruptors today.

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  1. 1. A LOOK AT THE REVOLUTION The Digital Revolution A LOOK AT THE REVOLUTION THAT KEEPS ON GIVING
  2. 2. MOORE’S LAW Let’s Blame This Guy • Transistors double every two years*years* • Social networks have cured diseases and toppled governments. • Internet taps into and magnifies the best and worst of our nature.
  3. 3. 5 Looks at the Revolution • Social Networking • The Quantified Self • Human Interface • Big Data • Internet of Things
  4. 4. Modern High Tech History • Internet/Search • Desktop PC • Brands Target You • Apps • Mobile • You Are a Brand• Brands Target You • Type as input • Mass production • Work for big $ from a few people • You Are a Brand • You as Input • Personalized Production • Work for less dollars but scale
  5. 5. Technology and Economy Intertwined • Don’t Train for Life’s Work • MOOCs • Premium Services Define• Premium Services Define Wealth • Fluency in finding right info • Using multiple mediums with same message
  6. 6. The Social Network • Shrinks the world • Open-ness and transparency • Collaboration • Relationships not bound by geography or• Relationships not bound by geography or time • Destroyer of careers/marriages/friendships • Scam central • Your data in the hands of everybody • Seductive, addictive
  7. 7. The Original Facebook Catered to Exclusivity 2004
  8. 8. The Social Network 2013
  9. 9. PINTEREST Your Shared Bulletin Board – A Move to Graphical Language Visual representation (hieroglyphics) mostly enabled by mobile phone
  10. 10. Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Pinterest Personal Life Real time Business Life Google-Life Say it in pix Friends et. al. from your entire life Thought leadership Who knows who Circles that you identify Visual thought leaders 420 chars 140 chars 600 chars none caption 5 Big Guns Compared 420 chars 140 chars 600 chars none caption Text, links, photos, location, stats Text, links, photo, bio, location Text, links and resume Text, links, photos, videos, events, bio, resume, location Photo, video , caption, boards
  11. 11. Hoot Suite: Social Media Management
  12. 12. Monitoring Your Social Networking Diet
  13. 13. NEXT UP? MOVE TO VIDEO
  14. 14. Move To Impermanence
  15. 15. Social Networks Beget Crowd-Sourcing • Kickstarter • Indiegogo • Wikipedia
  16. 16. The Internet of Things • Sensor, cloud and new Internet version (IP6) combined • Mobile devices will outnumber humans this year. • 90% of consumer-connected devices will have access to some personal cloud in 2013. • At least 4 billion terabytes of data will be generated this year aloneyear alone • By 2020, between 22 and 50 billion devices will be connected to the Internet, providing citizens with an unprecedented array of smart applications and services. • Latest version of the Internet (IP6) added more addressable space so every “thing” with a sensor and address can be connected.
  17. 17. Have Your Oven Call My Car Room Lighting Heating Finding Things Pet tracking
  18. 18. Disney’s Magic Band
  19. 19. Today/Tomorrow • Tag and track things • Things that Talk to Each Other
  20. 20. Using tech devices to measure all bodily input and output. Is quantified self more than a narcissistic indulgence? QUANTIFIED SELF
  21. 21. The Perfect Storm
  22. 22. The Closer to Our Body the More We Look; The Further From Our Body the Longer we Look Rule of Screens
  23. 23. In God We Trust, Everyone Else Brings Data Our Obsession With Data
  24. 24. The Quantified Self Movement Heart Rate, Temperature, Pulse Oximetry, ECG, HRV, PWTT
  25. 25. Heapsyalon - Your Body is the computer
  26. 26. Memoto: Life Sharing Web Cam
  27. 27. Products Bought Before They’re Real • Scanadu’s medical scanner, Scout, $1.2 million on indiegogo • Misfit Wearables’ activity tracker, Shine, $847K on indiegogo • amiigo’s fitness bracelet, $581K on indiegogo • Radiate’s smart workout shirt, $580K on Kickstarter • Hapilabs’ smart fork, HAPIfork, $135K on Kickstarter
  28. 28. Wearable Tech Smart Watch
  29. 29. Flexibile Materials: The Emo Pulse Smile
  30. 30. Big Data Behind Each Individual
  31. 31. • Haptic and Gesture • MultiTouch • Voice • Mind control • Photo Capture • Augmented Reality New Modes of Interaction • Augmented Reality
  32. 32. Natural Interface
  33. 33. GESTURE
  34. 34. MULTITOUCH
  35. 35. JUST THINK ABOUT IT
  36. 36. PHOTOS AND SCANS
  37. 37. Augmented Reality
  38. 38. AT THE CENTER OF IT ALL
  39. 39. The Near Future
  40. 40. Robots and the Work Force
  41. 41. BioStamp from MC10 Bands are just today’s incarnation
  42. 42. Proteus Swallowable Camera And Sensors
  43. 43. Genetic Sequencing for all
  44. 44. The Singularity vs. The Uborus Ray Kurzweil : Google • Super-intelligence with technological assist • Machines will outpace humans Jaron Lanier : Microsoft • We are ceding the digital economy to a few companies • Inequality is on the risehumans • The collective knowledge of all human brains will hang around • Inequality is on the rise • We have no new jobs being created • The Internet will eat itself to death
  45. 45. A Few Sureties • Robots will replace much of our labor force • We will have less (work) to do and live longer to do it • The knowledge of the world will be accessible to all • The crowd will innovate/individuals will innovate • Digital will pervade our lives from birth to death• Digital will pervade our lives from birth to death • You can choose to be a tech optimist or pessimist
  46. 46. Contact Robin@RobinRaskin.com Living in Digital Times 273 Closter Dock Road Suite 1 Closter, NJ 07624 t: 201.564.7900 f: 201.564.7899 Living In Digital Times Living in Digital Times

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