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"Internet pioneer": Interview With Google Vice President Vint Cerf
Journalist, Master of Science Communication, Computer Engineer...
The brain will be digitally altered as with software? Well, I think it is very likely that there is life throughout the solar
Internet and Society - Looking Toward the Future
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
Advancing Computing as a Science & Profession
Computers, computational algorithms, new forms of computing such as quantum computing, and the aggregation of large amounts of measured data have set the stage for new discoveries and insights about the world around us and in us.
Techonomy Policy June 9 in DC: The Age of Data Exhaust
How Tech Transforms Business and Society
Last month Techonomy hosted a dinner in New York, and our guests wanted relentlessly to talk about data. Where will society produce it? How much can we manage? Who will control it? What will they do to us with it? How can individuals retain influence over it?
Did We Kill the Web?
Technologist / Business Leader / Author
The Internet extends that ability to a degree without precedent in human history. There is no telling how profound a change -- hopefully for the better -- this will brings to our species and the world we live in."
The New Social Contract for The Internet
Editor, Top 500 NGOs, Global Geneva
It is time for our Internet masters, most of them in the U.S., to acknowledge that a state is not just a counter-terrorism agency or a counter-regulating body. Each state must stand for social peace, public health, education, welfare, protection and prosperity for its citizens and neighbors.
America's Internet Giveaway: Dumbest Idea in the World ... Ever?
Relentless Bill Robinson
Business, Technology, Politics & Rock 'n Roll Journalist
Who in the world could possibly think this was a good idea? "Let's give away oversight and regulatory authority over the Internet to other countries," they must have shrieked with élan.
(Video) The Internet Turns 40 Today, but it Has a Long Way to Go, Vint Cerf
By most accounts, the Internet was born back on October 29, 1969 by two researchers, Vint Cerf and Robert Kahn. Cerf is now Google's Chief Internet Evangelist.
Vint Cerf: People Shouldn't Have To Use Their Real Names Online
By Reuters, Reuters
"I complained to (Facebook Chief Operating Officer) Sheryl Sandberg that I thought that was a personal insult that they thought
Vint Cerf on the Future of Human Society
The European Magazine
Germany's leading online opinion magazine
"The Internet was a network which was not designed for anything in particular, but could be used for everything."
Alan Turing: His Mind, His Life (Part 1)
Luminaries in computer science talk about Alan Turing's early life and his genius in Part 1 of this two-part series about the father of computer science. Produced by Christopher Sprinkle and Cara Santa Maria. Filmed by Roddy Blelloch.
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CISPA, Netizens and the Internet's Coming of Age Party
Internet Lawyer, Host of Cyber Law and Business Report and Awa...
The Internet is experiencing a coming of age as not only has it surpassed television in terms of daily consumer usage, but it also is flexing its political muscle in capitols across the globe.
The Internet and the Earth
Co-founding partner of Gitterman Wealth Management and Beyond ...
When we give our attention to another human being, that person suddenly feels met and fulfilled, and will stop craving your time and endlessly taking.
Vinton Cerf, 'Father Of The Internet,' On The Internet's Challenges
Cerf, regarded by many as a "father of the Internet," opened up about some of the challenges facing online consumers and
Vint Cerf: Internet Faces 3 Crises
The internet faces three major crises which, if left unsolved, will lead to the net stalling as a communications medium and
UN Mulls Internet Regulation, Draws Criticism From Google, Others
Prisoner's Dilemma at COP15 in Copenhagen; Meanwhile in Mei Lin's Kitchen
Co-Founder, CEO, i4j Innovation for Jobs
Multilateral negotiations broke down in Copenhagen: future climate change talks should take a note from Silicon Valley, where tools to innovate and bypass obstacles were developed by small groups of people in kitchens and garages.
Web of the Future: Building a Faster, More Secure and Egalitarian Internet
Vinton G. Cerf
Vice-président de Google, “le Père de l’Internet”
We can anticipate the need for a kind of International Law of the Net in the future. Such concepts can also provide better support for international and domestic electronic commerce.
Happy Birthday, Mr. Internet!
Rory O'Connor is a discontent provider.
The Internet's founders are increasingly concerned that burdensome barriers may squash future innovation before it happens.
Vint Cerf: The Web Is Running Out Of Addresses
"This is like the internet running out of telephone numbers and with no new numbers, you can't have more subscribers," he
Child Online Safety Comes of Age
Founder & CEO, Family Online Safety Institute
The online safety community, which has been around since the mid-1990s, has reached a critical point of maturation -- some would say an awkward adolescent stage -- where the stakes are higher.
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