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Startupfest 2019 - The technology of better humans

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Chris Messina (Hashtag Inventor, Product Designer)

After 15 years designing technology products in Silicon Valley, I noticed that something essential has been missing. In our race to make the world more logical and programmable — including our social connections — we’ve reduced the rich tapestry of human experience beyond recognition.

And given the crisis of unintended consequences that we’re now forced to cope with thanks to the swift rise of social media mixing with legacy human attitudes and behaviors, I’ve come to believe that if we don’t address it now, the artificial intelligences of the future will be far worse for us than today’s primitive social products have proven to be.

I therefore propose that we set ourselves upon creating the technology of better humans — that is, of investing in and creating better versions of ourselves. Since it will be us — or our children — who will build the next generation Alexas and Siris, the only way to bring about the future that we deserve and desire is to start now.

The good news is, some of us have already started and joining in may be easier than you think.

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Startupfest 2019 - The technology of better humans

  1. 1. July 12, 2019@ChrisMessina Startupfest The Technology of Better Humans Montréal, Canada
  2. 2. 1998 Photo by Megan Kilar
  3. 3. Gay Straight Alliance
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  5. 5. ! San Francisco, 2004
  6. 6. WordPress Flickr Twitter Instagram Slack
  7. 7. 200M hashtags/day
  8. 8. ~2,300 hashtags/second (And that’s just on Twitter!)
  9. 9. Photo by Rowan El Shimi
  10. 10. Photo by Vlad Tchompalov
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  12. 12. May 18th 2018
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  14. 14. Hannah Miller “Grinning face with smiling eyes”
  15. 15. Photo by Kaitlyn Baker 
  16. 16. Photo by Tim Gouw
  17. 17. AP Photo
  18. 18. Harlow Primate Lab
  19. 19. Harlow Primate Lab
  20. 20. Esther Perel relationship expert People go to bed with their phones, in all senses of the phrase. The last thing they stroke is their phone. The first thing they stroke is their phone. I can’t imagine that doesn’t have an effect.” “
  21. 21. People go to bed with their phones, in all senses of the phrase. The last thing they stroke is their phone. The first thing they stroke is their phone. I can’t imagine that doesn’t have an effect.” “ Esther Perel relationship expert
  22. 22. prosocial behaviors
  23. 23. self-awareness
  24. 24. empathy
  25. 25. meaningful interactions
  26. 26. Founder’s Culture Users’ Behavior Founder’s design choices
  27. 27. Founder’s Products Users’ Behavior Culture
  28. 28. Sketch by Jack Dorsey
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  31. 31. John Culkin Friend of Marshall McLuhan 1967 “We shape our tools and thereafter our tools shape us.”
  32. 32. Twitterrific
  33. 33. Marshall McLuhan “The medium is the massage.”
  34. 34. Screenshot by Jane M Wong
  35. 35. …there’s a very smart business strategy in promoting and being very open about your progressive values.” Scott Galloway “
  36. 36. The state of being aware of social injustices and taking action to fix it wokeness (n)
  37. 37. Self
  38. 38. Self Other humans
  39. 39. Self Other humans Machines
  40. 40. Kari Sulenes Lisa Sulenes
  41. 41. A marathon and not a sprint
  42. 42. Photo by Lisa Sulenes
  43. 43. Ross Ingram Cristina Poindexter
  44. 44. Joy
  45. 45. Amused
  46. 46. Surprise
  47. 47. “Emotionally intelligent entrepreneurs”
  48. 48. >50% of the global population is online as of 2019 CC-BY World Bank 8 17 25 33 42 50 1993 1995 1997 1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 2015 2017
  49. 49. Connectivity growth in developing nations (light blue) Individuals using the Internet (% of population) 2016; Source: World Bank
  50. 50. Kari Sulenes Lisa Sulenes Ross Ingram Cristina Poindexter
  51. 51. 1998 Photo by Megan Kilar
  52. 52. 1998 Photo by Megan Kilar
  53. 53. The Technology of Myself
  54. 54. The Technology of Better Humans
  55. 55. #ThankYou twitter@chrismessina @chris

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