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    1. Overview Name of Presenter(s) Singularity University Month Day, 2015 David Orban

    2. OUR MISSION EDUCATE, EMPOWER & INSPIRE leaders to apply exponential technologies to addressing humanity’s grand challenges PETER DIAMANDIS Co-founder of SU Singularity University is a benefit corporation based on NASA Research Park in Silicon Valley. RAY KURZWEIL Co-founder of SU 2

    3. WHO WE ARE Singularity University Singularity Labs The Founders 3

    4. CALL TO ACTION How would you leverage technology for social impact? Education Energy Environment Food Global Health Poverty Security Space Water 4

    5. SU MODEL 10^9+ IMPACT BILLIONS OF LIVES 5

    6. OUR EXPONENTIAL TECHNOLOGIES NANOTECHNOLOGY & DIGITAL FABRICATION ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE & ROBOTICS NETWORKS BIOTECHNOLOGY & COMPUTING SYSTEMS 6

    7. COMPUTING IS ACCELERATING TECHNOLOGY SPEED, EFFICIENCY, COST-EFFECTIVENESS, POWER Moore’s Law: Price performance doubles every 18 months. Applies to all information technology. Performance (Calc./second per $1000) 1015 1010 105 100 10-5 10-10 Electromechanical Relay Vacuum Tube Transistor Integrated Circuit 1900 ‘10 ‘20 ‘30 ‘40 ‘50 ‘60 ‘70 ‘80 ‘90 ‘2000 ‘08 ‘10 Time 7

    8. 4DS OF EXPONENTIALS DECEPTIVE TO DISRUPTIVE Disruptive Stress / Opportunity DIGITIZE DEMATERIALIZE DEMONETIZE DEMOCRATIZE 8

    9. 4Ds: DIGITIZE Photos GPS Music DIGITIZE Something becomes information enabled 9

    10. 4Ds: DEMATERIALIZE DEMATERIALIZE Physical products disappear and consolidate Radio Calculator Video player Microphone/recorder Camera Video camera 10

    11. 4Ds: DEMONETIZE DEMONETIZE The cost of products and services decrease significantly Record Stores Book Stores Long Distance Research & Libraries Classifieds Local Stores 11

    12. 4Ds: DEMOCRATIZE DEMOCRATIZE Access is available and affordable to everyone

    13. DISRUPTIVE STRESS VS DISRUPTIVE OPPORTUNITY Large corporations must now compete in the collaborative economy 13

    14. DISRUPTIVE OPPORTUNITY Exponential technologies empower individuals to affect BILLIONS OF LIVES Flexibility Use this slide to show your own example of Disruptive Opportunity Presenter Tip: The mobile phone is increasing access to local language services in remote areas of the world 14

    15. LOWE’S INNOVATION LABS + FELLOW ROBOTS Retail service robots to help customers confidently complete home improvement projects. SU Labs Corporate Member + SU Labs Startup Company

    16. MIROCULUS A simple blood test that can diagnose disease before symptoms appear. Graduate Studies Program 2013 + SU Labs Startup Company

    17. SCANADU The first medical tricorder, gathering temperature, blood pressure, and heart rate at once. Exponential Medicine 2011

    18. MADEINSPACE The first 3D printer designed to operate in zero gravity. Graduate Studies Program 2010 + SU Labs Startup Company

    19. MODERN MEADOW Cultured leather and meat from bioprinted tissue. SynBio Startup LaunchPad 2012 + SU Labs Startup Company

    20. DISASTER MESH A creative mesh network to help and connect disaster survivors. Exponential Youth Camp 2014 20

    21. OUR PROGRAMS SU Labs Startup Program SU Labs Corporate Program Innovation Partnership Program Field Innovation Exchange Graduate Studies Program Executive Programs Custom Programs Exponential Conferences Singularity University Summits Faculty Engagements Exponential Youth Camp Singularity Hub 10^9+ IMPACT BILLIONS OF LIVES Impact Partnerships Global Impact Competitions Ambassador Program Alumni Activities Exponential Advisory Board 21

    22. OUR GLOBAL COMMUNITY 6 Impact Partnerships 1,700+ SU Alumni 1,800+ SU Participants 4 50 SU Ambassadors 870+ SU Faculty Speaking Engagements 25 SU Companies SU Labs Corporate Members 22

    23. OUR GLOBAL COMMUNITY 77 Global Impact Competition Winners 12 Exponential Advisory Board Members 55 Global Impact Competitions 87 Countries Represented 18 Innovation Partnership Program Members 500+ Singularity HUB Members 23

    24. OUR GLOBAL VISION We will develop a global network of local SU innovation ecosystems that are: Values Driven Bold in Vision Partner Oriented Inclusive 24

    25. Example: What has catalyzed in Quito, Ecuador Discussion about implications of self driving cars Mayor of Quito interested in alternative transportation SU briefing to community influencers SU Ambassador connects with Matternet to test in Quito SU Ambassador does community crowdsourcing for transportation 25

    26. Reimagine and Reinvent the Future