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  1. Vint Cerf: Internet Future | Quoracast

    Vint Cerf is Chief Internet Evangelist at Google. He contributes to global policy development and continued spread of the Internet.

    Questions:

    What will the world look like in 5 years?

    What are the biggest problems associated with rapid spread and development of the Internet?

    Does blockchain technology present any solutions to these problems

    Why are cats so interested in blockchain?

    Are you worried about artificial intelligence like Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk?

    What is the “digital dark age”?

    http://quoracast.com/vint-cerf-internet-future/

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  2. Q&A: Vint Cerf on future of IP, cloud and Interplanetary Internet

    Vint Cerf takes his title of Internet Evangelist for Google seriously. He is knee-deep in several projects to bring the next versions of the "Internet" into the world, including IPv6 adoption and the creation of a new extraterrestrial Internet, the so-called "InterPlaNetary Internet." At the annual Digital Broadband Migration conference in Boulder, Colo., Vint sat down with Network World’s Julie Bort to discuss the future of IP, home networking, the Interplanetary Internet, cloud computing standards and other topics. (15:19)

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  3. Vint Cerf on U.N. regulation of the internet

    Vinton Cerf, one of the “fathers of the internet,” discusses what he sees as one of the greatest threats to the internet—the encroachment of the United Nations’ International Telecommunications Union (ITU) into the internet realm. ITU member states will meet this December in Dubai to update international telecommunications regulations and consider proposals to regulate the net. Cerf argues that, as the face of telecommunications is changing, the ITU is attempting to justify its continued existence by expanding its mandate to include the internet. Cerf says that the business model of the internet is fundamentally different from that of traditional telecommunications, and as a result, the ITU’s regulatory model will not work. In place of top-down ITU regulation, Cerf suggests that open multi-stakeholder processes and bilateral agreements may be a better solutions to the challenges of governance on the internet.

    http://surprisinglyfree.com/2012/09/25/vint-cerf-on-u-n-regulation-of-the-internet/

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  4. Keynote Address: Vint Cerf —€“ A Web that Archives Itself

    Vinton Gray "Vint" Cerf is an Internet pioneer, who is recognized as one of "the fathers of the Internet” for his co-invention of TCP/IP. His contributions have been acknowledged and lauded, repeatedly, with honorary degrees and awards that include the National Medal of Technology, the Turing Award, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the Marconi Prize, and membership in the National Academy of Engineering. Cerf has worked for Google as a Vice President and Chief Internet Evangelist since October 2005.

    Vint Cerf’s keynote – "A Web that Archives Itself."

    "The Internet Archive has started the process of preserving the WWW but there is an opportunity to refine the design of WWW to create a self-archiving, distributed system. I hope to explore some of the desirable properties of such a self-archiving system from the technical perspective but feel compelled to consider business models that make the process sustainable and affordable. This is clearly more than just a technical problem."

    https://archive.org/details/DWebSummit2016_Keynote_Vint_Cerf

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  5. To Solve Cybercrime, Some In Silicon Valley Ditch The Data : NPR

    Collecting data about people has become $1 trillion industry, but keeping this information safe is proving near impossible. So, a small group of entrepreneurs and developers are building new technologies that don’t rely on data as a digital currency.

    http://www.npr.org/2014/08/07/338639671/to-solve-cybercrime-some-in-silicon-valley-ditch-the-data

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  6. A conversation with Vinton Cerf about Google and the future of the Internet (Entitled Opinions)

    Entitled Opinions is an interesting show - it’s a literary humanist talk show. More usually talking about Dante, death, Proust or philosophy, but this week they’ve got Vint Cerf on the show talking about the series of tubes. Go listen.

    Special bonus: Paranoid Android by Radiohead at the end.

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