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Keynote: Gen Z and the Future of Technology

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to the end and here a so we'll be talking a little bit about the future and some guidelines that I learned from some wise people I know who happened to be teens Twain's and even littler heads and like any good story about teens this story begins that's you guessed at the mall but remember it won't yeah I mean I hadn't been there in a long time because I don't know I work in tech I shop online and when my kids were really little it was well kind of nerve-racking to go because they would be bad nuclear is the guy we just playing and and the US parent so you know that but at that we don't have a lot of bluster grab our house spent it so I tried to avoid it but a couple years ago my oldest daughter wears turning Latin and she had this dream and the dream was a simple 1 she wanted me to take 3 of her friends and herself to the mall for her birthday an atom so when you don't really wanna do it I'm probably get parenting gold stars for this so I'm gonna do it and its kind learning experience because you know they wanted some freedom so as a little bit like flying a kite United would give them a little irony in and then we will embed came in and so what happened as I come quietly stock to them throughout their J is the 10th and then we met back at the food court and over our smoothies the girls started doing something that I thought was kind of interesting they were sharing pictures of data on the phone there's an OWL you know this 1 and syntax this to my mom because they didn't have money for as only get this in the future and hold that 1 should go on our group the Instagram account because I think that's OK for everyone to see that that 1 should go Instagram to react to these 2 people because we want everyone else to feel left out and there's snapping pictures to each other and on and on it went through this movie's through the whole ride home through getting back to our home and my daughter unpacking her Hall and you know I'm I'm standing there at the door of the room I has really really interesting to you that I couldn't talk to your friends or a little bit about what is happening there and so it's also jealous study meaning has
because that's what I do I mean I'm a design researcher and of being part of what I do every day is to try to understand how we're using technology and that emotional kind of a rational relationship we have to technology and I'm only interested in this group because I feel like a lot of times we could take them for granted the sell their digital natives they know what's going on the you know will figure it out and at the same time a kind of fretting like old there on it too much and they're losing their humanity and so I knocked
on journey today I model that after a post-apocalyptic young adult fiction novel in which we will undergo some trials and we will end in a triumphant place unfortunately at the place where the kids will and run strong and this is of let's sort will be about this
generation here here which 25 per cent of the population in the US is 17 and under that's bigger than numerous might be bigger and then Millennials even and was a little better than to me at 1st because that will are these kids of genic serves just kind of a small generation what's going on here but if you look around you'll you'll quickly realize that Millennials are having kids Jax's are having kids baby boomers are having kids and they're all kind going together in this In this 1 group that were calling chancy what this point you're probably wondering to yourself or 1 generation in my mind so I have a little quiz free so it's so this is
the thing you can this and have nothing if you square number 1 square number 2 topologies to score number to those that was a bad error for Disney that's my arrow our parents were busy having the parties may couldn't make good movies for us so that and it's number 3 or number 4 how did you watch this movie and I swear I'll get rid of these these silly effects did you watch
it mainly in a movie theater was that the big new
technology or wasn't being chased all that we have a GVT is or you want to know your iPad what was the heightened tucked away
and here you see to 1 2 3 or 4 and then I thought about music and there's lots of different
choices they promote the same on this slide up there that really different choices are maybe you think of your your pop
singers right or your little
funky this 1 makes a little sad actually who led you the how did
you listen to music when I remember some of these things before the and then finally I looked at what was each generation's vision of the future so 1st we have a vision of
a disembodied computer and things go horribly wrong there only crime and wait wondering about that 2000 once they saw as the world and those that humans and here is a kind of blending together you get all the difference and things go horribly wrong and in the matrix we merge with the computer that's coming on and they still wobbly right and then finally come longer games huge income disparity on there's people watching on you know in a high tech world and there is the low tech world and of course there's bows errors in the hunting of people have things go terribly wrong so I write which 1 where you if you chose number 1
year baby-boomer force is where I and everyone because media so quick to characterize us but you are at Woodstock rock and roll really love then
came the number to you the German acts areas they were slackers and knew all the definitions of irony that their brains were destroyed by MTT about being so
millennials has a bad rap everyone's down on a Millennials but you have to suffer through out and saved by the bell so I think it's a different credit for that some of you look at this look at
Genvieve being characterized quite differently from these other deadbeat generations both for the hand and sometimes I think you know there's there's a general consensus that it's because they lived through something
of a post apocalyptic general fiction novel if you look at starting when they were born mostly around 2000 off to the far side there's about futures that didn't quite happen so why to pay if you haven't quite happen but there's other stuff going on and they're getting all the ongoing middle school thank God that my thing that it happened right a that would have been bad but and another in high school some of them are in high school phenomena so little and I hesitated and putting the little triangle at the end of my arrow we hope that there will be something beyond 2017 but remains to be seen of weight of college so this I shows all different they're being characterized differently and we
really want to make a difference and have an impact they are already entrepreneurs we always had teens experimenting entrepreneurship we've always had this impulse to consider the world but it's really strong in this generation how about another things look different
friendships look different
family let's start French but
the world looks a little different area seeing a pattern here yeah its technologies
and a busy making this
generation much different they are spending 25 per cent of
their life or more on screen right now they are a room good
Gaussian them are mobile only or at least mobile 1st a lot of memory on farms in US on the
stats for grown-ups these are only 4 teensy-weensy the bathroom statistic is definitely under reported here of all of a and of course we experimented with the chain there's been
various ways we've tried to seperate from from their phones and here's the University of Maryland study that was done recently where kids were separated from their phones I don't know how far it was only a couple inches around the room or whatever they want to biometrics from their way and they came up with the obvious result that they have a lot of inside the region falls near them
on in our diary study we had people turn and things like this and we have no phobia fear of being without my phone and of course they're creating kind of dramatizations of its use in
half
but how I know that they're the union of all the do that
let's look at the war
and the moment that I started with the
sensing all the and you know you use
you will not find you yes you the I you know the whole 0 all a fact
that it's all about whatever we know there are very attaches to their phones that leads for the moment what is the mean for the future technology what can we learn so what I tried to do is
is that type of thing I usually do which is look toward bigger datasets and social listening and combine that on more data heavy approach with interviews and diaries and observations to see we learn and I think the 1 thing that really came out of
this is that when they teens and twenties and kids are just doing things that I have a higher volume and a faster rate and amplifying some of the trends that we're already seeing what we came up with was find areas
that were seen trends in that might impact the future of all technology so let's start with community
but we won't simply like this and maze runners that but if you listen to
NPR after the story that old blues die before about baseball Vizzini another story about how kids don't have places to hang out anymore but in fact they're hanging out
online some twitch came up a lot in our research if you're not familiar with twitch is a somebody's playing a video game and other people are hanging out and watching it in commenting on and at 1st sight this was kind of puzzle by patterns myself well how we you can you possibly be I mean that in my at least we played our in many males come on I mean and but really I it's about community in even though will
these have their community is this is club penguin which recently shut down and it actually still looks like there's at 10 years later and these community spaces both suffer through anything kids to have their community just so that they can talk to the kids and probably have of these penguins here are even kids and that's what's really sad and scary somehow someday our
social media natives there on all these different channels trying to find their place in the world and to build their tribe in their community now a lot has been said
we dark social and if you guys don't know what that is depending on your generation might visualize it something like
that so depending on what you are but it but it's really not not scary it's anonymous
and that keeps coming back in communities if any of you are old enough to remember you know 90 anonymous chat rooms so that same behavior is coming out again on whisper and you get which I think is now gone on and some of the other anonymous channels where kids went to kind of explore identity in different things that could do that ended up with bad behavior and with bullying a lot
of them are experiencing that kind of thing this may not sound too unfamiliar to the rest of us living out of a world say on Twitter for example but they're experiencing some of that same thing and most of the kids even though veil like that once in a
while really are more interested in experimenting with their identity and being anonymous and doing it in a lot of ways that are pretty interesting they have multiple
Instagram accounts they have instead counts the fake account where they can be real they have Instagram accounts that are real where they're being stated they have we of multiple accounts for pets and groups on they're getting Facebook married all the time they are are pruning their profiles and changing according to who they feel like they are in the moment in that day so there are training communities and identities and really fluid an interesting and varied ways that are kind of of a microcosm of what's happening generally speaking in technology there also moving from just as
local communities accuse communities of interest to global communities so this these kids have
friends actual friends in other countries maybe not not maybe they're not interacting on we looking that has not yet been I'm not just penthouse like we had right like you have a pen how from Italy in you wrote 1 letter in your life and make although Italy's something there actually he was doing a they're actually interacting with people and the participating in grown
up conversations so this is Twitter visualization Ferguson that's probably the 1st big event where we saw our kids getting involved in grown up conversations angle of spaces and kind of forget this a
lot of times when we're developing software kind of in the zone and were just thinking about getting to the next milestone that kids on random spaces and even though we make I think they're acting grown up there still on some level now community is also very very
micro it's their families and what of these kids way presenting possible selves for the siblings for their little brothers for their sisters and we got a lot of some insights from parents this to and I was a little surprised because a lot of parents thought I thought they would be upset by this but when they saw this and view on my kids that I don't normally get I don't normally get to these things a lot of times and that's a bummer but when I do I get kind of a new point of view on heads and of course we
ask kids well would you sacrifice all of your social media friends so why best friend in real life you get answers like that so the
real life is still a thing apparently but what is this mean what's take
away but a future technology we're constantly shifting identities shifting roles shifting community shifting contacts and when we're designing and developing experiences that needs to be something that would keep coming back to and touching upon as a core value OK let's move
on to communication so we know that texting as I have and
calls the down we know that were
texting each other in our own homes as guilty and I do it all the time or and I even state my kids and video chat inside my home that on the this class so whenever you need to feel like a good parent you realize a minimum error is that it's a give you that 1 of the 1st so they are talking
and we know right now voice is really hard but this is from 2014 that if some things were talking to their computers and according to the rule and they were doing their homework and they were searching and they were hoping that somehow magically they could order pizza this way and of course now this is an
area that is really exciting for kids and 1 reason that we and of course they like to joke with Alexei and haunt Alexa and tease her mercilessly arm also they can read well yeah they can write well yet but on it's a way it's a way to engage its away in and the way to learn and so kids are early adopters of waste however e-mail not the
thing on on the work world that and I think what we saw going on here is that real time for this generation anyway so valued because the time shifting all the time they don't want something that time ships they want something that's now that's reason that's present anyone to communicate
in a lot of different ways so I wish I could stay put Taylor Swift back in the day when she did that on MySpace on cricket but they are too video chat mode
geez text it's multi and they've been doing this for a long time and it's still with interest us will to that now too but when think got an adventure you then have recently I'll tell you about a cup of concert kids concert has iris and the parents are holding up their farms there's a few the holding of iPads probable and their work toward a ball whole thing and they cannot back and watch it probably not the Italian posted to Facebook and and have to like it at least I love and back but the kids you with the kids and they are snapping each other they're drawing they're joking around the tax staying there being creative and multi layered and textured and their communication because technology spending that and they've adapted to that and so I think that's an interesting trends of
using technology as a little experience something together all the times they don't have a lot to say you
know they're just trying to keep that connection going so we hear a lot about how we don't have conversation going on we can communicate anymore a what conversation is really just keeping that bond sometimes conveying a mood
the image were it was surprising to
me how many kids said I spent a lot time going through my picture is and going to Reynolds snouts and snap stories and time out and what was about how they're going up but they don't they are doing it because it's a new way to consider themselves and to express themselves to others and so I think what we can take away
from from this is that we need to let people communicate the open multi textured multi phase yeah are from the privacy and you're thinking to
yourself kids and privacy if they don't care about privacy wild it's a little different I mean there early social
media doctors and the reason why is trying to be private away from us they don't want teachers they don't
want parents they don't want any grown into their stuff normal right that's that's like all teens and I'll
go to great lengths to do it and use the technology to do it probably smart watches band at the school now that know that if this is happening but a very clever use of technology
and In studies kids and minutes to hiding not all the bad stuff that may be used to go on and this is a pretty good coalport of kids teen pregnancies and down smoking is down there a little bit overweight compared to previous generations but what they're doing is they're going online ironically analyst because endowments and I understand irony I 1 ically too high their online activity is and even the little ones are developing devious ways to hide their online activities of doesn't look like on online as much as they are or the grown-ups don't know what they're doing
and they tried to use privacy controls I thought this is really shocking number how many his or her his privacy controls but in our study we found that you know they're trying they're actually not succeeding
very well at using those privacy controls so and so they come up with alternatives they go dark on
their accounts and be Gold take down temporarily their Facebook account for the nite when they know their parents will be online and looking and on they go back on again they switch account names all the time they have all these work-arounds wouldn't it be better if are
fault was more private would have the better for everyone let's just think about the
OK creativity of well with interest Isaacson technology about productivity in the efficiency we're in the besides we wanna use appropriated because we have this divide we think of like OK we're on technology change much and we have to detoxify the pathology we have to get out Opel technology we saw the
strict divide between the 2 even some of us might even recognize as this crazy sound him and this could be 10 don't really care that they're moving fluidly between these 2 worlds as if they're not really to world so they're playing with dolls he was a real dollar physical health and they're playing with it on on the iPad they're playing play kitchen and they're doing anything on the right hand at this time they're playing something with friends or they're hanging out with their their cruel tween friends behind a locked door and they are a video in the whole thing for their other friends who there they are
of really you know using it in all these ways and we compliment like uh hence the other single time In the board of board and the board in the way and meanwhile board In the good old days when we were hopelessly board we were laying on our bed staring at the ceiling Willie please somebody help me I'm so more but there are they're
just bored a new way but this added it still has the same effect could lose it drives them to be creative but they're not being creative so
much with patterns on cancels on writing you know they're they're pals in Italy longhand the letters instead of original data and we use to
their parents to their friends on here's another good example of a human diaries
it the the half flip
grammar municipal when it looks right if 1 of your friends mean that when you and people will ever happen at but it would be great when that the this because I Natural story tellers and kids have maybe a little more time to experiment with this but we all want how our stories and the only use to no to do it's about take away from
this is that sleep and more open let's leave some options for people to contribute and participate in a way that isn't prescribed it In the 1st press finally will end up
maybe where we should have started the future of the interface so we think that these digital
natives no so much a part of the reason they do this because they were using technology together the spending a lot of time showing each other technology have as little project that you when I'm bored some traveling a lot when observing people in a non creepy non-threatening way on I know they have what how there can be uredite from with technology are the heads down by themselves are they talking about its the what's the facial expression I have all these cryptic little drawings Grenoble which I'm not a share but what I've noticed is that due to of all is the kind this co
use her so when children our little all many even through their teens in using technology to gather a lot and they're sharing the secrets that they learned about how you snapshot together and they're showing each other things and they're creating kind of folklore and mythology about how things were just the same way that the we might create both more law mythology about how all the Facebook algorithm works for instance we come up with our own explanations because we don't know what that explanation is that they're using it together and then it dips down were were also heads down and we're not talking to each other not doing anything together and then it takes up a little bit of that and then you'll notice this if you go to an airport area out of the park you'll see these lovely or older couples on and they're looking at the phones together a will have a look that the grandchildren and then they figure out things together like happens again right at the at the 2 2 and so they're using it and using it
very idiosyncratically the we think that there are these experts then really learning how to use technology what they learn in school it is how to make a powerpoint or on the are slowly have coding classes but there not that it's not anything that you would ever want to use it future spherical and fed they are teaching each other and can learning it as the monastery of the problem with this is
they actually are not as successful using technology as products are because they're in these grants spaces so in places especially like nonprofits in education websites from and apps that are geared towards learning where maybe there isn't as much money thrown at the development design process have a harder time e-commerce they're doing better
especially with the help of Alexa now in the eyes of a storied he don't spread the surrounding but it's so
you would think that they have it all figured out but they're still learning and then of course yeah there's this
problem we all have this kids even works we have a very short as tensions that maybe the gold fish attention span I don't know I get like we have more attention and will push them because I don't see goldfish developing rails out for its and I think that's all I I don't think about and
kids are not just multi-screen on 2 screens sometimes that even up to the room for behind screens at a time so not only do they not know everything they could be doing I should be doing or how to do everything that they're incredibly destructive it's
all about the me the I
think that this the book all on the so
that it's you don't
think about that and not just and all this things you have and and what was so do 4 and then they get
the idea is course they're ergonomics are poor so we might remember reading a book under the covers with a flashlight I decided to explore this phenomenon of dropping bombs because using them in all kinds of crazy positions in the park
the think of the half of it being have a as an instance in that
they are using the oldest of worst crappiest phones and computers in the house the reason why is because what the dropping of knowledge time for you have on their heads on the floor in the toilet on has so there's that but they also don't understand cloud storage and with them and then at the end they forget their password all the time they're on the bold laptops even big desktop computers in the family room they got the worst technology in the house so the lesson we can take away from this I think this is deciding
the worst case theory of I think they'd being inclusive being accessible to thinking about could the lowest and experience we do you often are sort of self service all of us on and so I think it's a guideline for all of us so I'm a little recap
images of the target gives you from bottom any important points here but I think that the no we talked a lot about this
current phase of black rectangles with screens along the same principles that applied to chat bots and robots and for his experiences as well and even though were talking about kids and teens and twenties and were labeling just a we have to remember that all of these generational labels are really marketing categories and so we do we can identify with the culture of our generation and some of the funding cultural references that really a lot of that is geared toward marketing to us in a way and I think what we can do as developers and as designers is to push back on a little bit and resist a little bit so you know what there are some common values across all the generations and we look to the younger generation maybe we see it's more amplified and we might In other generations maybe they're adopting things a little earlier maybe they're a little more creative and idiosyncratic and areas but there's something in there for all of us I feel like now we have seen enough and we know enough that
we can take a pledge so I'd like you to take your hand put over areas sorry from the repeat after me I do solemnly swear the to all the rap stars in this room so to my new best friend grammar and to the future generations to inspire me and so that I will assume nothing the and design responsibly and with the power vested in me as speaker and I now pronounce you an awesome audience thank you very much and the high so half of
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Titel Keynote: Gen Z and the Future of Technology
Serientitel RailsConf 2017
Teil 43
Anzahl der Teile 86
Autor Pavliscak, Pamela
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DOI 10.5446/31257
Herausgeber Confreaks, LLC
Erscheinungsjahr 2017
Sprache Englisch

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