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Surviving A Tech-Accelerated World

Surviving A Tech-Accelerated World

My talk at HW Tech-Day 06.10.2018 featuring emerging techs, roles of ecosystem & importance of cultural agility.

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Eueung Mulyana

October 06, 2018
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  1. 1 / 38 Industry 4.0 And Beyond The A.I* For

    Surviving A Tech-Accelerated World Eueung Mulyana https://telematika.org/remark/hwtd HW TechDay | 06 Oct 2018 | CC BY-SA
  2. 2 / 38 Eueung Mulyana Dr.-Ing. (TUHH/DE 2006) M.Sc. (Uni

    Karlsruhe/DE 2001) ST. (ITB/ID 1997) Institut Teknologi Bandung School of Electrical Engineering and Informatics Head of Telematics Laboratory Institute for Innovation & Entrepreneurship Dev. Division Chief - Industrial & Business Incubator
  3. Outline Background Industry 4.0 & Emerging Tech Ecosystem & Roles

    The A.I* - How to Survive & Bene t? 3 / 38
  4. Industry 4.0 & Emerging Tech Background 4 / 38

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  12. Connected Things in Numbers (Source: Cisco via NCTA) 12 /

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  13. Internet of Things 13 / 38

  14. IT/OT Convergence in the IIoT Ref: Intel 14 / 38

  15. 15 / 38 IIoT IIoT IT systems make use of

    OT data OT systems consume and use their raw data on-line, but do not accumulate it IIoT accumulates OT data as Persistent Data Ref: Gorinevsky
  16. 5G & IoT When 5G, the fth generation of wireless

    communications technology, arrives in 2020, engineers expect that it will be able to handle about 1000 times more mobile data than today's cellular systems. It will also become the backbone of the Internet of Things (IoT). Ref: Why IoT Needs 5G - IEEE Spectrum 5G as the rst network designed to be scalable, versatile, and energy smart for the hyper- connected Internet of Everything world. Ref: The plans for 5G to power the IoT 16 / 38
  17. Extreme & Diverse Requirements - Qualcomm 17 / 38

  18. 18 / 38 The term Financial Technologies or FinTech is

    used to describe a variety of innovative business models and emerging technologies that have the potential to transform the nancial services industry. Financial Technology describes tech-enabled products and services that improve traditional nancial services.
  19. 19 / 38 Emerging Technologies Cryptography Big-Data Machine Learning/ Arti

    cial Intelligence Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLTs) Such emerging technologies can be used to supplement both FinTech new entrants and traditional incumbents, and carry the potential to materially change the nancial services industry.
  20. Major Technologies Transforming Financial Services | Ref: [Fintech and Financial

    Services - IMF] 20 / 38
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  22. 22 / 38 A (public) Blockchain is a shared, trusted,

    public ledger of transactions, that everyone can inspect but which no single user controls. It is a distributed database that maintains a continuously growing list of transaction data records, cryptographically secured from tampering and revision. Ref: [blockchainhub.net]
  23. 23 / 38 The ledger is built using a linked

    list, or chain of blocks, where each block contains a certain number of transactions that were validated by the network in a given timespan. The crypto-economic rulesets of the blockchain protocol (consensus layer) regulate the behavioral rulesets and incentive mechanism of all stakeholders in the network.
  24. 24 / 38 Blockchain Technology Stack of Ethereum and similar

    Blockchains. Ref: [blockchainhub.net]
  25. 25 / 38 Blockchain Basics Hash Hash Chain Blockchain A

    Sequence of Hash-Chained Records Procedure for Adding Blocks Procedure for Validation of New Blocks Procedure for Resolving Disagreements
  26. BTC Mining Farm | Ref: [Bitcoin.com] 26 / 38

  27. BTC Mining Farm | Ref: [Bitcoin.com] 27 / 38

  28. Blockchain Use Cases - Ref:[P. Bergstrom] 28 / 38

  29. Enterprise Use Cases - Ref:[IBM] 29 / 38

  30. Roles & Positions Ecosystem 30 / 38

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  32. The A.I How to Survive & Bene t? 32 /

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  33. Technology goes beyond mere tool making; it is a process

    of creating ever more powerful technology using the tools from the previous round of innovation. The Singularity is Near, Ray Kurzweil 33 / 38
  34. Tech Acceleration It feels like technology is progressing faster than

    ever. Is it really? How can we keep up with the steadily change in technology? 34 / 38
  35. A* Initiatives The Culture of A* Open, Collaborative, Automated, ...

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  36. Refs/Resources 36 / 38

  37. Selected References 1. Qualcomm Technologies Inc., Leading the World to

    5G, February 2016 2. Machine Intelligence Platform @CBInsights 3. Dan O'Neill, Dimitry Gorinevsky, Industrial Internet of Things: Applications, March 2016 +Many others cited in-context (on resp. slides). Credits Icons made by Prosymbols from Flaticon Photo by Ed 259 on Unsplash 37 / 38
  38. 38 / 38 END Eueung Mulyana https://telematika.org/remark/hwtd HW TechDay |

    06 Oct 2018 | CC BY-SA