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  • Digital Humanities - Bocconi 2016 - Luca De Biase

    Innovation People dont know what they want until you show it to them.Steve Jobs

  • A robot suitcase which follows you is made by the

    Israeli startup NUA Robotics. It is full of sensors, computer

    vision and robotics

  • Innovation is not a set of new things

  • Innovation changes a story or even history

  • Patterns of evolution

    Imagination (process of creation)

    Connection (enabling environment)

    Selection (choice of what survives and thrives)

  • Patterns of evolution

    imagination

    enabling technologies

    selecting mechanisms (market, research)

  • selection by market forces

    finance sales talents

  • selection by research

    we can select by doing research: thats about whats true and false; whats documented and whats not

    verification handbook http://

    verificationhandbook.com

    http://verificationhandbook.com

  • selection by technology

    it works it is too old it is too new

  • Is it in sync with my time?

  • Patterns of evolution

    Moores law

    Metcalfes law

    Power law

  • Patterns of evolution

    Moores law

    Metcalfes law

    Power law

    Computing

    Networking

    Big Data

  • Exponential

    adoption rate

  • Geoffrey Moore, Crossing the Chasm https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crossing_the_Chasm

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crossing_the_Chasm

  • Logistic curve

    absolute numbers

  • network effectcumulative

    resources limitsin a world

    imagination

    enab

    ling

    tech

    nolo

    gies

    in a context of meaningor in a given technology

  • Exponential (with a twist)

  • Exponentiality is not a given

    On Singularities and Black Holes in Combination-Driven Models of Technological Innovation Networks. by Ricard Sol, Daniel R. Amor, Sergi Valverde. Plos.

    http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0146180

  • So: either you change context and start a new rise

  • or you find a niche in which to thrive

  • But what is this: finding a niche in which to thrive?

  • Innovation is not a set of new things

  • Innovation changes a story or even history

  • Patterns of evolution

    Imagination (process of creation)

    Connection (enabling environment)

    Selection (choice of what survives and thrives)

  • Innovation

    Five Dangerous Lessons to Learn From Steve Jobs

    1. Customers dont know what they want2. Maintain obsessive secrecy3. Project a reality-distortion field4. Micromanage every detail5. Beat people up

    http://www.forbes.com/sites/chunkamui/2011/10/17/five-dangerous-lessons-to-learn-from-steve-jobs/print/

  • Innovation happens when the creation generated by new vision

    is adopted

  • innovation is not a new thing

    it is a new thing that is adopted thus changes a story, or history

    adopted means that people make that thing become part of their lives

    There is some common narrative, a shared vision, an understanding of the technology, a meaning and a use value that is understood. And it just works

  • Innovation is where technology and humanity meet

  • convergence

    Digital humanities are part of the innovation process

    because a common understanding needs a technical narrative and a meaningful technology

  • convergence

    program project progress prospect prosperity

  • Innovation is a revelation

  • Readings

    Exponential organizations http://www.slideshare.net/vangeest/exponential-organizations-h

    THE BARABSI-ALBERT MODEL http://barabasilab.neu.edu/networksciencebook/download/network_science_december_ch5_2013.pdf

    BarabsiLab: http://www.barabasilab.com and read some chapters of Link http://www.barabasilab.com/LinkedBook/index.html

    Innovation Killers. How Financial Tools Destroy your Capacity to do New Things, by Clayton Christensen, Stephen Kaufman and Willy Shih, 2008, Harvard Business Review

    http://www.slideshare.net/vangeest/exponential-organizations-hhttp://barabasilab.neu.edu/networksciencebook/download/network_science_december_ch5_2013.pdfhttp://www.barabasilab.comhttp://www.barabasilab.com/LinkedBook/index.html