The Anticipatory Web

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The time frames for responding to the real time web are so short we need new tools to beat the clock. We need the Anticipatory Web. Predictive analytics are a start but we must use available technologies to act preemptively, faster than instantly. Think Thiotimoline fast.

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  • 1. The Anticipatory Web
    Phil Wolff, principal investigatorTachyon Communications LaboratoryThe Internet Operating System InstituteHudson University

2. The RealTime Web Is Too Slow
No time to answer tweets before events overtake them
The response window is now 13% smaller than the window of detection
3. We need faster than now
We need it yesterday if were going to cope with social network overload
Our human capital is at risk if we fail to keep up
4. From Predictive Analytics to
With the wiring of social media available through open APIs, we now have enormous quantities of data
5. Predictive Blog Posting
Post now what youre going to say tomorrow
Enabled by HyperActivityStrea.ms
6. Predictive Tweeting
Tomorrows tweet today
Based on your tastes and relationships, retweet on your behalf
7. Predictive Commenting
First to reply reframes the issue
Reply before the post is finished
8. Predictive Friending/Following
For the contacts, friends, colleagues, and fans you will need, before you need them
Friend on the Forecast
9. Predictive Breakups
Social carrying costs are high
Probabilistic Valuation of Discounted Future Net Contribution To Personal Happiness
Dump before PVDFNCTPH falls
10. Predictive Gameplay
Dodge Bullets (and swords, spells, crashes, etc.)
Prediction Systems Create Unfair Advantage
Large economic value
Larger military value
11. Predictive Voicemail
Leaving messages before you call
Options:
Predictive drunk dialing
Preemptive message deletion
12. Challenges
Engineering for Speed, Scale, Scope
Game theoretical side effects as many parties use the Anticipatory Web
13. Now is Not Soon Enough!
For more research:
@evanwolf
Tachyons.HudsonU.edu
Phil Wolff, principal investigatorTachyon Communications LaboratoryThe Internet Operating System InstituteHudson University