Inovação - Uma Perspectiva para o Mercado (Ronaldo Lemos)

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  • Since December 16, 2002, the number of webpages linking back to a Creative Commons license has reached just over 750,000 (hit 788,308 on June 8).
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  • Since December 16, 2002, the number of webpages linking back to a Creative Commons license has reached just over 750,000 (hit 788,308 on June 8).
    [HERE YOU MAY OR MAY NOT WANT TO EXPLAIN THE PROBLEM OF OVERCOUNTING -- DUE TO WEBLOGS USING A LOGO/LINK ON EVERY PAGE -- AND UNDERCOUNTING -- DUE TO THE FACT SOME PEOPLE WITH LARGE COLLECTIONS -- LIGHTENINGFIELD.COM -- OF LICENSED STUFF USE ONLY ONE LICENSE TAG PER PAGE, RATHER THAN PER WORK. WHETHER TO MENTION THE GOOGLE GLITCH -- THEIR POLICY OF NOT COUNTING URLS THAT END IN “0”, AS OUR LICENSES DID UNTIL RECENTLY -- IS ALSO SOMETHING YOU SHOULD USE YOUR DISCRETION WITH. GENERALLY I WOULD AVOID IT UNLESS IT COMES UP.]
  • Since December 16, 2002, the number of webpages linking back to a Creative Commons license has reached just over 750,000 (hit 788,308 on June 8).
    [HERE YOU MAY OR MAY NOT WANT TO EXPLAIN THE PROBLEM OF OVERCOUNTING -- DUE TO WEBLOGS USING A LOGO/LINK ON EVERY PAGE -- AND UNDERCOUNTING -- DUE TO THE FACT SOME PEOPLE WITH LARGE COLLECTIONS -- LIGHTENINGFIELD.COM -- OF LICENSED STUFF USE ONLY ONE LICENSE TAG PER PAGE, RATHER THAN PER WORK. WHETHER TO MENTION THE GOOGLE GLITCH -- THEIR POLICY OF NOT COUNTING URLS THAT END IN “0”, AS OUR LICENSES DID UNTIL RECENTLY -- IS ALSO SOMETHING YOU SHOULD USE YOUR DISCRETION WITH. GENERALLY I WOULD AVOID IT UNLESS IT COMES UP.]
  • Since December 16, 2002, the number of webpages linking back to a Creative Commons license has reached just over 750,000 (hit 788,308 on June 8).
    [HERE YOU MAY OR MAY NOT WANT TO EXPLAIN THE PROBLEM OF OVERCOUNTING -- DUE TO WEBLOGS USING A LOGO/LINK ON EVERY PAGE -- AND UNDERCOUNTING -- DUE TO THE FACT SOME PEOPLE WITH LARGE COLLECTIONS -- LIGHTENINGFIELD.COM -- OF LICENSED STUFF USE ONLY ONE LICENSE TAG PER PAGE, RATHER THAN PER WORK. WHETHER TO MENTION THE GOOGLE GLITCH -- THEIR POLICY OF NOT COUNTING URLS THAT END IN “0”, AS OUR LICENSES DID UNTIL RECENTLY -- IS ALSO SOMETHING YOU SHOULD USE YOUR DISCRETION WITH. GENERALLY I WOULD AVOID IT UNLESS IT COMES UP.]
  • Since December 16, 2002, the number of webpages linking back to a Creative Commons license has reached just over 750,000 (hit 788,308 on June 8).
    [HERE YOU MAY OR MAY NOT WANT TO EXPLAIN THE PROBLEM OF OVERCOUNTING -- DUE TO WEBLOGS USING A LOGO/LINK ON EVERY PAGE -- AND UNDERCOUNTING -- DUE TO THE FACT SOME PEOPLE WITH LARGE COLLECTIONS -- LIGHTENINGFIELD.COM -- OF LICENSED STUFF USE ONLY ONE LICENSE TAG PER PAGE, RATHER THAN PER WORK. WHETHER TO MENTION THE GOOGLE GLITCH -- THEIR POLICY OF NOT COUNTING URLS THAT END IN “0”, AS OUR LICENSES DID UNTIL RECENTLY -- IS ALSO SOMETHING YOU SHOULD USE YOUR DISCRETION WITH. GENERALLY I WOULD AVOID IT UNLESS IT COMES UP.]
  • Since December 16, 2002, the number of webpages linking back to a Creative Commons license has reached just over 750,000 (hit 788,308 on June 8).
    [HERE YOU MAY OR MAY NOT WANT TO EXPLAIN THE PROBLEM OF OVERCOUNTING -- DUE TO WEBLOGS USING A LOGO/LINK ON EVERY PAGE -- AND UNDERCOUNTING -- DUE TO THE FACT SOME PEOPLE WITH LARGE COLLECTIONS -- LIGHTENINGFIELD.COM -- OF LICENSED STUFF USE ONLY ONE LICENSE TAG PER PAGE, RATHER THAN PER WORK. WHETHER TO MENTION THE GOOGLE GLITCH -- THEIR POLICY OF NOT COUNTING URLS THAT END IN “0”, AS OUR LICENSES DID UNTIL RECENTLY -- IS ALSO SOMETHING YOU SHOULD USE YOUR DISCRETION WITH. GENERALLY I WOULD AVOID IT UNLESS IT COMES UP.]
  • Since December 16, 2002, the number of webpages linking back to a Creative Commons license has reached just over 750,000 (hit 788,308 on June 8).
    [HERE YOU MAY OR MAY NOT WANT TO EXPLAIN THE PROBLEM OF OVERCOUNTING -- DUE TO WEBLOGS USING A LOGO/LINK ON EVERY PAGE -- AND UNDERCOUNTING -- DUE TO THE FACT SOME PEOPLE WITH LARGE COLLECTIONS -- LIGHTENINGFIELD.COM -- OF LICENSED STUFF USE ONLY ONE LICENSE TAG PER PAGE, RATHER THAN PER WORK. WHETHER TO MENTION THE GOOGLE GLITCH -- THEIR POLICY OF NOT COUNTING URLS THAT END IN “0”, AS OUR LICENSES DID UNTIL RECENTLY -- IS ALSO SOMETHING YOU SHOULD USE YOUR DISCRETION WITH. GENERALLY I WOULD AVOID IT UNLESS IT COMES UP.]
  • Since December 16, 2002, the number of webpages linking back to a Creative Commons license has reached just over 750,000 (hit 788,308 on June 8).
    [HERE YOU MAY OR MAY NOT WANT TO EXPLAIN THE PROBLEM OF OVERCOUNTING -- DUE TO WEBLOGS USING A LOGO/LINK ON EVERY PAGE -- AND UNDERCOUNTING -- DUE TO THE FACT SOME PEOPLE WITH LARGE COLLECTIONS -- LIGHTENINGFIELD.COM -- OF LICENSED STUFF USE ONLY ONE LICENSE TAG PER PAGE, RATHER THAN PER WORK. WHETHER TO MENTION THE GOOGLE GLITCH -- THEIR POLICY OF NOT COUNTING URLS THAT END IN “0”, AS OUR LICENSES DID UNTIL RECENTLY -- IS ALSO SOMETHING YOU SHOULD USE YOUR DISCRETION WITH. GENERALLY I WOULD AVOID IT UNLESS IT COMES UP.]
  • Since December 16, 2002, the number of webpages linking back to a Creative Commons license has reached just over 750,000 (hit 788,308 on June 8).
    [HERE YOU MAY OR MAY NOT WANT TO EXPLAIN THE PROBLEM OF OVERCOUNTING -- DUE TO WEBLOGS USING A LOGO/LINK ON EVERY PAGE -- AND UNDERCOUNTING -- DUE TO THE FACT SOME PEOPLE WITH LARGE COLLECTIONS -- LIGHTENINGFIELD.COM -- OF LICENSED STUFF USE ONLY ONE LICENSE TAG PER PAGE, RATHER THAN PER WORK. WHETHER TO MENTION THE GOOGLE GLITCH -- THEIR POLICY OF NOT COUNTING URLS THAT END IN “0”, AS OUR LICENSES DID UNTIL RECENTLY -- IS ALSO SOMETHING YOU SHOULD USE YOUR DISCRETION WITH. GENERALLY I WOULD AVOID IT UNLESS IT COMES UP.]
  • Since December 16, 2002, the number of webpages linking back to a Creative Commons license has reached just over 750,000 (hit 788,308 on June 8).
    [HERE YOU MAY OR MAY NOT WANT TO EXPLAIN THE PROBLEM OF OVERCOUNTING -- DUE TO WEBLOGS USING A LOGO/LINK ON EVERY PAGE -- AND UNDERCOUNTING -- DUE TO THE FACT SOME PEOPLE WITH LARGE COLLECTIONS -- LIGHTENINGFIELD.COM -- OF LICENSED STUFF USE ONLY ONE LICENSE TAG PER PAGE, RATHER THAN PER WORK. WHETHER TO MENTION THE GOOGLE GLITCH -- THEIR POLICY OF NOT COUNTING URLS THAT END IN “0”, AS OUR LICENSES DID UNTIL RECENTLY -- IS ALSO SOMETHING YOU SHOULD USE YOUR DISCRETION WITH. GENERALLY I WOULD AVOID IT UNLESS IT COMES UP.]
  • Since December 16, 2002, the number of webpages linking back to a Creative Commons license has reached just over 750,000 (hit 788,308 on June 8).
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  • Since December 16, 2002, the number of webpages linking back to a Creative Commons license has reached just over 750,000 (hit 788,308 on June 8).
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  • Since December 16, 2002, the number of webpages linking back to a Creative Commons license has reached just over 750,000 (hit 788,308 on June 8).
    [HERE YOU MAY OR MAY NOT WANT TO EXPLAIN THE PROBLEM OF OVERCOUNTING -- DUE TO WEBLOGS USING A LOGO/LINK ON EVERY PAGE -- AND UNDERCOUNTING -- DUE TO THE FACT SOME PEOPLE WITH LARGE COLLECTIONS -- LIGHTENINGFIELD.COM -- OF LICENSED STUFF USE ONLY ONE LICENSE TAG PER PAGE, RATHER THAN PER WORK. WHETHER TO MENTION THE GOOGLE GLITCH -- THEIR POLICY OF NOT COUNTING URLS THAT END IN “0”, AS OUR LICENSES DID UNTIL RECENTLY -- IS ALSO SOMETHING YOU SHOULD USE YOUR DISCRETION WITH. GENERALLY I WOULD AVOID IT UNLESS IT COMES UP.]
  • Since December 16, 2002, the number of webpages linking back to a Creative Commons license has reached just over 750,000 (hit 788,308 on June 8).
    [HERE YOU MAY OR MAY NOT WANT TO EXPLAIN THE PROBLEM OF OVERCOUNTING -- DUE TO WEBLOGS USING A LOGO/LINK ON EVERY PAGE -- AND UNDERCOUNTING -- DUE TO THE FACT SOME PEOPLE WITH LARGE COLLECTIONS -- LIGHTENINGFIELD.COM -- OF LICENSED STUFF USE ONLY ONE LICENSE TAG PER PAGE, RATHER THAN PER WORK. WHETHER TO MENTION THE GOOGLE GLITCH -- THEIR POLICY OF NOT COUNTING URLS THAT END IN “0”, AS OUR LICENSES DID UNTIL RECENTLY -- IS ALSO SOMETHING YOU SHOULD USE YOUR DISCRETION WITH. GENERALLY I WOULD AVOID IT UNLESS IT COMES UP.]
  • Since December 16, 2002, the number of webpages linking back to a Creative Commons license has reached just over 750,000 (hit 788,308 on June 8).
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  • Since December 16, 2002, the number of webpages linking back to a Creative Commons license has reached just over 750,000 (hit 788,308 on June 8).
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  • Inovação - Uma Perspectiva para o Mercado (Ronaldo Lemos)

    1. 1. I
    2. 2. como a tecnologia muda nossa relação com as pessoas
    3. 3. textos curtos>>sms
    4. 4. voz>>voip
    5. 5. “telefone” celular
    6. 6. II
    7. 7. como a tecnologia muda nossa relação com as coisas
    8. 8. rede de computadores
    9. 9. rede de pessoas
    10. 10. “web 2.0”
    11. 11. Internet das coisas
    12. 12. Internet of Things
    13. 13. isso vai mudar as nossas vidas
    14. 14. phone >>>> smartphone
    15. 15. tv >>>> smart tv
    16. 16. atenção dividida entre várias telas
    17. 17. planeta >>>> smart planeta
    18. 18. III
    19. 19. como a tecnologia muda nossa relação com a cidade
    20. 20. cidade >>>> smart cidade
    21. 21. http://i.istockimg.com/fi le_thumbview_approve/ 27031404/2/stock- illustration-27031404- colorful-cartoon- illustration-of-a-busy- city.jpg
    22. 22. mundo vai estar cheio de telas
    23. 23. e sensores
    24. 24. susan crawford
    25. 25. +50% da população vive em cidades
    26. 26. Em 2050 vai ser mais de 75% da população
    27. 27. Cidades são apenas 2% da área do planeta
    28. 28. Cidade = Dados
    29. 29. Cidade = Conectividade
    30. 30. “segunda eletrificação”
    31. 31. elericidade permitiu elevadores e com isso prédios altos
    32. 32. Exemplos
    33. 33. mudança na relação entre serviços públicos e cidadãos
    34. 34. Washington
    35. 35. “Uberização” do serviço público
    36. 36. http://livinglotsnyc.org/
    37. 37. Chicago
    38. 38. Monitoramento em tempo real da cidade
    39. 39. homicídios
    40. 40. diabetes
    41. 41. buraco nas ruas
    42. 42. mordida de rato
    43. 43. mapeamento de lotes municipais desocupados
    44. 44. mapeamento no brasil
    45. 45. não são só celulares que precisarão estar conectados tudo precisará se conectar
    46. 46. IV
    47. 47. como a tecnologia muda nossa relação com os mercados
    48. 48. confiança
    49. 49. economia do agora
    50. 50. economia do “não precisar lembrar”
    51. 51. http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/08/23/here-are-the-companies-that- may-be-the-next-50-start-up-unicorns/
    52. 52. Saúde
    53. 53. “quantified self”
    54. 54. V
    55. 55. como a tecnologia muda nossa relação com o dinheiro
    56. 56. fintech
    57. 57. inclusão financeira
    58. 58. M-Pesa
    59. 59. ethereum
    60. 60. VI
    61. 61. para as empresas
    62. 62. conheça seu cliente
    63. 63. com dados
    64. 64. joi ito
    65. 65. @lemos_ronaldo

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