• Published on:  12/3/2017
  • This is a summary of everything future discussed at the Singularity University summit 2017, Ted talks with Elon Musk 2017, World Government Summit 2017 and Peter Diamandis views on HOW ABUNDANCE WILL CHANGE THE WORLD as we know it.


    (Singularity university summit - Peter Diamandis)
    The demonetization of living
    Maslows pyramid of needs are trending towards 0-cost
    Abundance and nanotechnology (nanobots)
    Raw material cost + energy cost + Information = COST 3:47
    In the back of abundance 4:00
    Most people will have devices for free so that you can buy stuff from them and they can collect data 7:00
    Data is the new gold 7:30
    Free content 1b hours of free content pr day.
    8000X more energy hitting the surface of the planet than we consume, and the poorest have the most sun 8:00
    solar roads 9:30
    2.9 cents pr kWh
    Giga factory in Reno 10:00
    cars from 1904 to 1917 100% switch 11:00
    by 2025 car ownership will be dead: 12:20
    autonomy will demonetize housing 13:20
    house being 3d printed 14:26
    literacy to basic reading writing in 18 months 16:03
    demonetization of healthcare, deep learning protocols 17:00
    Watson diagnosed rare leukaemia 18:00
    Cost of genome sequencing Morse law 19:05
    Sequenced when born, stop what you will get sick from before people get sick
    Surgery 20:00
    Rapidly demonetizing trends everywhere 21:30
    Not scared of AI terminator 23:00
    Job loss 24:00
    Demonetize the cost of living, (education, entertainment, food etc)
    Psychological impact to losing job 24:30
    AI software shells 27:30 within ten years
    UBI Universal Basic Income
    (Elon Musk Building)
    10fold improvement in cost of digging pr. Mile
    no sound
    The boring company
    Autonomy brings more cars on the roads
    Every big car company has announced electric cars within 10 years 12:00
    By the end of 2017 self-driving coast to coast 15:00
    Free self-driving cars 19:30
    Self-driving trucks tesla semi out torc any diesel semi uphill 20:30
    Solar panels 22:00
    Most houses have enough roof area to power all the needs of the house 25:30
    Giga factory 100 27:00
    100 gWh pr week
    1 build announcing another 5 this year 29:00
    reusability rocket 33:00
    (Elon Musk World Government Summit 2017)
    Multi planetary species is life insurance for life collectively 2:30
    Ten years from now full autonomy cars will only be build 8:30
    Elon building tunnel under Washington 14:20
    3d building, 2d road network 16:00
    12-15% driving as a job 18:20
    over 2B vehicles in the world 19:00
    100M total new vehicle production cap 19:00
    life of car 20-25 years 19:00
    Prepare government for the future 20:00
    AR regulation
    Transport 21:00 electric over 30-40 years
    Demand for electricity will increase rapidly. Total energy usage = 1/3 electricity 1/3 transport 1/3 heating over time that will predominantly be all electricity 21:30
    Universal basic income, no choice 22:50
    Fewer and fewer jobs that a robot cannot do better
    The output of goods and services will be extremely high with automation, so they will come abundance and come really cheap.
    The harder challenge is, how do people then have meaning?
    To some degree we are already a cyborg 25:21
    Reusable rockets, cost to fly close to plane 29:00

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  • Phil W
    Phil W 1 years ago+534

    I personally don't think people will abandon the concept of ownership, but I do think we will become a post scarcity society where everyone has all they need.
    Many science fiction books try to cover this topic, my favorite is Iain M Banks Culture series which is where Spacex got it's drone ship names (of course I still love you and just read the instructions) as well as his concept for the Neural Link brain-computer interface device the neurallace.
    I think the most important core principal to build into any machine is the concept of individual liberty. Once everyone has enough and has access to technology that takes care of every need or want, you want to build a society which allows people to do as they wish so long as it doesn't interfere adversely with any other sentient entity be it machine, human, cyborg or anything else with a consciousness. That will probably be an ideal future, a post scarcity anarchist collection of people and machines.

  • Keg
    Keg 2 hours ago

    This is absolutely wrong. We need to go back to natural living in harmony with nature.

  • Toothless
    Toothless 10 hours ago

    I've being reading these posts an not one is worried about wildlife as humans will have to take more space with these idea's an wildlife around the world will pay the biggest price. I don't want to live on earth if there's no or little wildlife left an don't they have a right to life as well. I want my kids to have the same joy as me when they see there first big cat or beer or snake etc etc.

  • Francesco Giacomelli

    But reddito di cittadinanza is baaaad

  • tom thorn
    tom thorn 3 days ago

    I also wonder what would happen with all of the people who love off roading, rock crawling and just overall playing with cars in any way like racing. Will they tax people who self drive to force them to give up their vehicles.

  • tom thorn
    tom thorn 3 days ago

    The idea of autonomous cars worries me. If all these cars are on the road and never crash then they would also ban self driving cars from the road wouldn't they? I would NEVER want to give up my car or the ability to drive myself.

  • ralph sabayle
    ralph sabayle 3 days ago

    Jaques Fresco was a visionary. He saw the demonetization generations away. We are heading to the Venus Project.

  • Ted Rees
    Ted Rees 4 days ago

    The world is finite. Free goods can lead to infinite acquisition and waste. And then the destruction of the ecosystem - That is the best case. This kind of automation also leads to super wealth inequality. Hence the universal income.

  • AZStarYT
    AZStarYT 5 days ago

    The main thing holding back progress is rich people's greed. I met a man who, back in the 60's, submitted a modified version of the Pogue carburetor (look it up) to Ford for testing. Their report back to him was that their development track tests showed that it averaged 205 mpg (I don't know what engines/cars they tested it on). As he and a friend prepared to put these into production, a "representative" from one of the oil companies (perhaps all of them) paid him a visit and told him in no uncertain terms that he would not be bringing the carburetor to market. They treated the warning as an empty threat and continued their plans. A short time later his partner was found floating in a Phoenix canal.
    He apparently thought his friend's death was not necessarily connected to the warning, but as a precaution sought out a machinist in California to partner with, with the idea to mass produce the carburetor under strict secrecy and "flood the market" with them. As the machinist was preparing the tooling to bring the production up to speed, he disappeared, never to be heard from again. His family had no idea what had happened to the machinist.
    This time the "representative" paid the inventor one last brief visit and said "Now do you understand that you will never bring this to market?". He was so afraid after that he took the one he had on his own car and destroyed it, and only discussed the incident with a very few people, one of whom told me about it. I met him back in 2001 when he was visiting a friend of mine in the hospital, but he wouldn't tell me anything about the details.When I was in school back in the 60's I read an article about a man in San Diego who'd invented a new kind of battery that held a large charge far longer than any on the market at the time. It was also very inexpensive to make. The Exide corporation bought out his patent rights and shelved it, otherwise we'd have been driving electric cars long ago.
    Anybody who's ever read about Tesla knows the story about his intent to transmit energy around the world, using a resonant atmospheric stimulator and receivers which would tap into the signal, providing free energy to everyone. When J.P. Morgan was told of Tesla's real purpose in building the Wardenclyffe Tower, he pulled his funding for the project.Finally, it is well known in electrical engineering circles that James Clerk Maxwell's equations were edited from the 20 forms he published in his first edition (1873) of Treatise on Electricity and Magnetism, down to the 4 known today AFTER his death in a later edition (1881) which is basically what engineers are taught today. The men who did that editing reasoned that most people couldn't understand the form Maxwell had used (quaternion algebra) and other than the 4 differential equations he presented, were not useful in the real-world applications of the day. The thing is, Maxwell's quaternion forms described what we now know as electrogravitics. So essentially if it were not for Oliver Heaviside's hatchet job, we could've had "flying" cars a hundred years ago, not to mention the other technologies that would've come from a deeper understanding of electromagnetism.
    if Musk ever makes a version of the Tesla car that is at or below the average new car cost now, I bet he will face great opposition from the oil companies, at the very least. Same goes for anybody bringing forth any of the technologies we saw in Star Trek (any generation) - a few of which DO exist, but have been repressed for over 50 years.The thing is, all this pre or post scarcity attitude is based on the ideas of owning "things" that others can't afford (a very simian idea of power) and/or control over others (which is a psychopathology or sociopathic defect in one's thought processes). The idea that one must exert near or total exclusive control over things or people must be overcome by the entirety of this planet's population if we are to advance beyond the basic mental patterns of apes. In the end, it won't be what we own or who we control that matters (pun intended), but the realization and depth of our own individual connection to that from which we came.

  • Richard Ede
    Richard Ede 5 days ago

    Great video. Thanks for uploading.

  • Hypo Xiatrix
    Hypo Xiatrix 5 days ago

    0 cost lol dream on there fuckwit. In 60`s youd be donned a drug abuser.

  • Hypo Xiatrix
    Hypo Xiatrix 5 days ago

    Greeks would consult the Oracle at Delphi... This guy thinks theres some wisdom in San Francisco?

  • Guns Cars and Digits

    I'm skeptical. In school, you're pushed with strong "If A, then B" logic. I'll check back in 20 years.

  • sdnalyam
    sdnalyam 5 days ago

    All my costs and others are going up faster than inflation and wage growth is basicaly stagnant. Pie in the sky theories.

  • Marie-Andrea Gagné

    9:46 Huh? By 2025 car ownership will be dead? I highly doubt that. Maybe 2040. That would be a better guess.

  • John Ozmen
    John Ozmen 6 days ago

    In think Elon and that other guy smoked a bit too much reefer that day

  • White Zombie
    White Zombie 6 days ago

    The very idea of people not owning cars within six years? That's total idiocy. Maybe 26 years. Maybe by 2045. Maybe.

  • Neal Myers
    Neal Myers 7 days ago

    I don't think for 1 minute the people that are running things are just going to quietly go away and let everyone live like a free society. In fact I guarantee that it will take a revolution to be free of them, so if you really want to be free you should be ready to die for it.

  • Ray Rocher
    Ray Rocher 10 days ago

    thanks for the advice, and working on futureworld. excellent charity and morals.

  • hale xp
    hale xp 12 days ago

    the answer is, free conduct of information and enlightenment.