Emerging Trends from SXSW2015 - Iskander Smit

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  • SXSW2015 emerging trendsBuzz-lab session March 24, 2015

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  • SXSW interactive

    SXSW: > 70.000, SXSWi: 32.000 attendeesNumerous locationsHundreds of sessions

  • My route, 26 sessions in 5 daysDesigning for TrustThe secret History of HypertextFear, Shame, Empathy & More Ways to Change BehaviorThe Personal Side of RobotsAdvanced MobilityWearable Tech and Design: Cracking Mainstream TrendsStarting with the Things, not the InternetHuman vs Machines: A Cognitive RevolutionSmart Everything: Wearables and Tech ConvergeBeyond Wearable: Future Fabrics and Fashion DesignDesigning the UI for the Internet of ThingsSmart vs Smart-Ass: A Brief History of SmartAI, Immortality and the Future of SelvesMerging Humans and Computers: The Next DecadeA Day in the Life of A Future Fashion FanFirst Release Hardware and IoT Meet UpExpressive Interactive InterfacesBiomaterials, Nanotech and the Future of BioengineeringSurveillance, Trust & Ethics: Restoring the FaithFixing Transportation with Humanity and TechnologyStorytelling Engines for Smart EnvironmentsIts the End of The Internet As We Know ItSpiritually, Through Interactive TechnologyHome Smart Home: The Future Conscious HomeMoonshots and RealityBruce Sterling Closing Talk

  • Important wordsDesigning for TrustThe secret History of HypertextFear, Shame, Empathy & More Ways to Change BehaviorThe Personal Side of RobotsAdvanced MobilityWearable Tech and Design: Cracking Mainstream TrendsStarting with the Things, not the InternetHuman vs Machines: A Cognitive RevolutionSmart Everything: Wearables and Tech ConvergeBeyond Wearable: Future Fabrics and Fashion DesignDesigning the UI for the Internet of ThingsSmart vs Smart-Ass: A Brief History of SmartAI, Immortality and the Future of SelvesMerging Humans and Computers: The Next DecadeA Day in the Life of A Future Fashion FanFirst Release Hardware and IoT Meet UpExpressive Interactive InterfacesBiomaterials, Nanotech and the Future of BioengineeringSurveillance, Trust & Ethics: Restoring the FaithFixing Transportation with Humanity and TechnologyStorytelling Engines for Smart EnvironmentsIts the End of The Internet As We Know ItSpiritually, Through Interactive TechnologyHome Smart Home: The Future Conscious HomeMoonshots and RealityBruce Sterling Closing Talk

  • High tech with human touch

  • SXSW in 7 trends

    I Live Media

    Critical data

    Augmented human

    Advanced Mobility

    The Value of the Thing

    Fashionable Wear

    Personal Robotics

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  • I Live Media

    Meerkat as ultimate executionSnapchat paved the wayTwitter to the next level

  • The hit

    From 0 to 300k usersTwitter blocks social graph

  • Thanks for watching!http://meerkatapp.co/iskandr/d4f540a1-5774-49ec-8613-c9a17ebf5286

  • I Live Media

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  • Critical data

    Why makes the AI the choices it does, show me!http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Person_of_Interest_(TV_series)

  • it is politicalData is not neutral,

    Molly Steenson

    http://schedule.sxsw.com/2015/events/event_IAP38075

  • FireChat

  • And build that consistently (Uber?)Key to trust is integrity.

    Michael Boeke, Synap

    http://schedule.sxsw.com/2015/events/event_IAP37664

  • Storytelling

    but also heritage of materials.Transperency. Not only the data.

    Lance Weiler

    http://schedule.sxsw.com/2015/events/event_IAP35883

  • Critical data

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  • Augmented humans

    Key theme: tech as human toolRobotics, new interfacesBut also biomaterials

    http://schedule.sxsw.com/2015/events/event_IAP39797

  • Expressive wearables

    Carnegie Mellon Universityhttp://schedule.sxsw.com/2015/events/event_IAP43342

  • Augmented via interfaces

    MyoDriven by musclesReversed hapticshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWu9TFJjHaM

  • Biomaterials

    3rd method to treat cancerDr. Robert Langer, MIT

    Chip to fight bad cells

    http://schedule.sxsw.com/2015/events/event_IAP997644

  • Augmented human

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  • Fashionable wear

    Fashion has come to wearablesFrom design to manufacturingFunction changing

    http://schedule.sxsw.com/2015/events/event_IAP43342

  • Ringlyhttps://ringly.com

  • #SXStyle

    With 3D printing you need to rethink designAs important as the textile is the manufacturing process

    Abe Burmeister, Outlier inc

    https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/1b/cd/b2/1bcdb2028db910febf5eda0f7fe38eb2.jpg

  • Best fit

    3D printing accessoryMappping body movements

    Madeline Gannon, madlab.cc

  • Fashionable wear

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  • Advanced mobility

    AutomatedHumanizedMulti modal, even in US

  • Lyft

    Carpool optimised driving

  • Automated drive

    UnderstandingMapping and localisation keyFirst connected, than automated

    http://schedule.sxsw.com/2015/events/event_IAP996703

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  • The value of the thing

    New interactionsPlatforms & thingsReverse approach

    http://schedule.sxsw.com/2015/events/event_IAP36837

  • and digital life cyclesThere is a gap between things

    Ross Atkin

    http://schedule.sxsw.com/2015/events/event_IAP36837

  • with thingsAgile is not possible

    Ross Atkin

    http://schedule.sxsw.com/2015/events/event_IAP36837

  • Adaptive context

    System with special services for blind peoplehttp://schedule.sxsw.com/2015/events/event_IAP36837

  • but dierent from our useDesign for speech is powerful

    Tim Lynch, Nuance

    http://schedule.sxsw.com/2015/events/event_IAP42268

  • The value of the thing

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  • Personal robotics

    Over arching themeHigh-tech vs high touchAI behavior

    http://schedule.sxsw.com/2015/events/event_IAP43227

  • Robot human interactions

    Social, emotional, cognitive & embodied dimensions define realnessHumanized does not mean human

    http://schedule.sxsw.com/2015/events/event_IAP43227

  • http://schedule.sxsw.com/2015/events/event_IAP43227

  • Human behaviour

    give people an o-rampContext is underrated,

    Daniel Pink

    http://schedule.sxsw.com/2015/events/event_IAP42182

  • 7 ideas to influence behavior

    1. use fear the rightway: to focus attention 2. questions work a bit more engaging than statements 3. make them rhyme 4. social proof 5. give people an o-ramp 6. put a face on it 7. try stu, dont take these rules for granted

  • as the future of roboticsThe helpful companion

    Cyntia Breazeal, MIT

    http://schedule.sxsw.com/2015/events/event_IAP43227

  • Design considerations Understanding expectations

    Leverage the strenghts of speech

    Partner with other modalities

    Frame the scope

    Support what is natural

    Provide conversational feedback

    Indentify 'errors' as opportunities

    Consistency for a point of view. Cross device.

  • High tech and high touch

    Jibohttp://www.jibo.com/

  • Personal robotics

  • SXSW in 7 trends

    I Live Media

    Critical data

    Augmented human

    Advanced Mobility

    The Value of the Thing

    Fashionable Wear

    Personal Robotics

    High tech with Human touch}

  • Think beyond the screen

  • Think beyond the screen

    Things as mean for interaction

    Notifications can be haptic

    Start with use case, build the story, and make an adaptive service

    Wearables

  • AI as a Service

  • AI as a Service

    Every digital product and service will use intelligence as integrated part of the functioning

    The in-between space of products will be smart

    Google AI

  • Data as connector

  • Data as connector

    Data will be sanity.

    After data service providers the open data connectors will be part of digital services.

    Lyft

  • Stories & dialogs

  • Stories & Dialogs

    Now storytelling is the elixer for value creation

    Adaptive dialogs will be the next wave

    Tech as partner in reaching goals

  • Human partners with tech partners with human

  • Thanks!

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