Vint Cerf, ‘Father of the Internet’ and Chief Internet Evangelist at Google

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

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Vint Cerf, ‘Father of the Internet’ and Chief Internet Evangelist at Google

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

Peter High interviews Vint Cerf, Google's Chief Internet Evangelist and 'Father of the Internet." Among the topics they discuss include: Vint’s early work pioneering what would become the internet, including his time at UCLA, Stanford, and DAPRA Early milestones that hinted at the vast implications of/commercialization potential for the internet, such as networked electronic mail, document production and sharing, hyperlinking, web browser, and eventually, the iPhone The internet as the common thread unifying Vint’s work across his many spheres of influence, such as academia, the public sector, the private sector, and not-for-profits Vint’s role as Google’s Chief Internet Evangelist, where he works with developing economies to create the conditions for internet infrastructure to be built The unintended consequences of the global infrastructure that is the internet, such as misinformation and spam, and why international policy collaboration is a necessary part of the solution Vint’s work as Chairman of the People Centered Internet (PCI), which focuses on materially improving the value of the internet to the growing, connected population. For example, PCI may ensure information is available in local languages, or promote services that improve economic stability, safety, or health. How recent natural disasters such as the California wildfires and hurricanes in the Caribbean have led PCI’s to also focus on the role of internet infrastructure in disaster relief The double-edged sword of technology, and the responsibility that engineers have to consider the ethical implications of the technology they are developing Eye on the trends: cyber-physical systems, making IoT ecosystem a safe and trusted environment
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Peter High interviews Vint Cerf, Google's Chief Internet Evangelist and 'Father of the Internet." Among the topics they discuss include: Vint’s early work pioneering what would become the internet, including his time at UCLA, Stanford, and DAPRA Early milestones that hinted at the vast implications of/commercialization potential for the internet, such as networked electronic mail, document production and sharing, hyperlinking, web browser, and eventually, the iPhone The internet as the common thread unifying Vint’s work across his many spheres of influence, such as academia, the public sector, the private sector, and not-for-profits Vint’s role as Google’s Chief Internet Evangelist, where he works with developing economies to create the conditions for internet infrastructure to be built The unintended consequences of the global infrastructure that is the internet, such as misinformation and spam, and why international policy collaboration is a necessary part of the solution Vint’s work as Chairman of the People Centered Internet (PCI), which focuses on materially improving the value of the internet to the growing, connected population. For example, PCI may ensure information is available in local languages, or promote services that improve economic stability, safety, or health. How recent natural disasters such as the California wildfires and hurricanes in the Caribbean have led PCI’s to also focus on the role of internet infrastructure in disaster relief The double-edged sword of technology, and the responsibility that engineers have to consider the ethical implications of the technology they are developing Eye on the trends: cyber-physical systems, making IoT ecosystem a safe and trusted environment
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