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  • There are already 3 billion of us connected to the Internet.

  • Imagine what the next 4 billion

  • as they connect can help us do.

  • There are already 12 billion things connected to the Internet:

  • things, devices, believe it or not like a garbage can, even a basket ball,

  • I'll get to that in a minute.

  • Predictions are

  • 20 to 50 billion more things will be connected in the next couple of years.

  • Just think of the possibilities with that amount of connectivity,

  • with that amount of collaboration happening around this planet

  • what can it have as a positive impact?

  • In fact, the impact is pretty staggering: some predictions say

  • the Internet of things and the Internet of everything

  • can drive 19 trillion dollars worth of economic benefit for this planet.

  • To put that into perspective,

  • that's almost as large as the US and China's economies combined,

  • so 19 trillion of good fortune waiting for us

  • if we make a difference, if we accelerate, if we embrace change.

  • But just connecting things creates an awful lot of data and information,

  • and sometimes, overwhelming amounts of data,

  • massive amounts of data, we call it big data.

  • So the challenge we have is

  • how do you get that information, that data into the hands of people

  • that can make a better, informed, educated decision?

  • Teachers, people drilling mines, transportation...

  • Think about the things in our lives

  • that can improve with a more connected world,

  • but that takes some responsibility to make sure

  • we get that information into the hands of the right people.

  • Think about the Internet of things connecting a bunch of stuff,

  • creating a bunch of data,

  • change that data to get the information

  • to the hands of people who can make a difference,

  • make a faster, better, informed decision for this planet.

  • So, let me personalized this for you a little bit:

  • let me take you back a couple of months ago

  • on why I truly believe there is a tipping point,

  • and I need your help tipping this thing a little faster

  • because I think this tipping point can have a great economic impact,

  • it can have a positive impact on all our lives.

  • The first part of the journey was actually, with my son, Alec.

  • We were at an electronic store a couple of months ago,

  • and on the bottom shelf was this, a basket ball.

  • Much to our amusement, we thought it's a practical joke

  • about inventory, play, something,

  • but seeing this product in this store was very strange for us.

  • So upon further investigation, we realized this is actually a connected basket ball.

  • It connects to your smart phone.

  • as an athlete, as you take a shot,

  • this ball tracks the trajectory of that shot,

  • and it gives you immediate data to say was that banked high or banked that low.

  • Think about some of the egos on the basketball court nowadays,

  • it's nice to bring a little bit of data to that,

  • and help them understand: "You know what,

  • maybe you're not as good as you think you are

  • adjust a little bit.

  • So amazingly beneficial, it becomes a personal coach, a tool for coaching

  • but think about it: it's a connected device that brings information

  • to someone that can make a difference, improve the game of basketball.

  • The good news is this is now turning into a connected soccer ball.

  • My daughter is in the audience here today; a budding fantastic musician and student

  • but a budding soccer player.

  • Connected soccer ball can help you improve your kick, the trajectory of that ball.

  • So the connected devices are helping you improve you sport.

  • But then, I had the good fortune of going to Barcelona,

  • a beautiful city in southern Europe, one of the most beautiful in the world.

  • But some of you might know

  • Spain has not been in the best economic shape for the last couple of years.

  • How troubling Barcelona was?

  • Average unemployment was at a staggering 29%,

  • unemployment between the age of 18 and 35 was a very sobering almost 60%.

  • Horrendous.

  • Barcelona itself was on the brinks of bankruptcy,

  • so it had to do something different,

  • and the Mayor along with other leaders and partnerships collaborated and said:

  • "We're going to drive some change, and do things differently.

  • We need to look at things we've done for decades the same way

  • and figure out can we drive change?"

  • The first was the connected bus stop. WiFi at the bus stop? What's the big deal?

  • But it was more than that, it's a digital sign that said: "Where is the bus?

  • Did I miss it or have I got some time?"

  • It was more than a digital sign because you are connected to the community

  • and if I was delayed for a bus and had 20 or 30 minutes to spare,

  • could I get texts from the local coffee shop or the local pizzeria

  • to take advantage of that?

  • As a tourist or a commuter, I felt more connected to the community,

  • the community got a benefit from me,

  • it was a better connected experience from just a bus-stop.

  • We then walked down the boulevard and came to the connected parking space.

  • 30% to 40% of traffic congestion in cities around the world,

  • especially western cities,

  • are people like me and maybe you driving around and around

  • trying to find that elusive parking space.

  • In Barcelona that doesn't happen anymore.

  • You have an application as you get within the city limits:

  • green says that it is parking and red says that it's not.

  • But it's more than that:

  • as you park and you stabilize the city gets the revenue,

  • they get a parking automatically debited from your account.

  • If you overstay, you're welcome but you get that parking ticket as well.

  • So Barcelona has changed something,

  • an archaic thing they did for many decades,

  • into a profit generating experience.

  • It was a walk down a beautiful boulevard where I saw a garbage can bigger than this

  • with a sensor on it and a connected garbage can.

  • Why, oh why do you need a connected garbage can?

  • So, tourism, right?

  • What would make that beautiful backdrop not look so good?

  • Stinky trash, garbage, right?

  • They've collected garbage in Barcelona the same way for decades,

  • so they said: "If we can get information from our garbage and track the capacity,

  • is that full or empty, maybe we should go pick-up the full trash first,

  • maybe we don't need to burn the fuel going to empty garbage cans and pick them up.

  • So what was a very simple concept actually reduce the amount of garbage they had,

  • spilling it over into streets affecting tourism,

  • lowered their operating cost incredibly, and improved their green house effect

  • their carbon foot print was saved as well.

  • This connectivity thing got me excited, there was a tipping point,

  • there are things being connected that even I was amazed about

  • but I know there's a couple of you in the audience out there, thinking:

  • "All this connectivity, all these cameras tracking where I am,

  • sounds a little George Orwell-Ian 1984-ish."

  • I am an optimist, I truly believe we figured these things out,

  • I truly believe you can make a difference to help figure this out

  • because you shouldn't feel worried about it, we will figure this out.

  • Guess what, when another 4 billion people get on Internet

  • and help us start collaborating

  • when we connect the unconnected to have 20, 50 billion devices connected,

  • think about the great things that can happen.

  • Think about how the world can benefit

  • from 19 trillion dollars worth of economic benefit.

  • I am very optimistic about the future.

  • But we're not just here at TEDTalks to get entertained.

  • I'd like to challenge us to do something about it.

  • We've talked about tipping points all day.

  • Tipping points need help,

  • they need to be pushed, need to be tipped, they need to be accelerated.

  • This is a matter of economic benefit,

  • this can really change the way we work, live, and play,

  • why would we not do something about it?

  • Why would we settle for a second best?

  • Why don't we challenge, why don't we vote, why don't we tweet

  • why don't we spend our money; why don't we have an expectation

  • that this experience should have a better impact on all our lives

  • and on this entire planet?

  • Thank you very much.

  • (Applause)

There are already 3 billion of us connected to the Internet.

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