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  • The price-performance, capacity & bandwidth of information technologies progresses exponentially through multiple paradigm shiftsSpecific to information technologyNot to arbitrary exponential trends (like population)Still need to test viability of the next paradigmA scientific theory25 years of researchPart of a broader theory of evolutionInventing: science and engineeringMoore’s law just one example of manyYes there are limitsBut they’re not very limitingBased on the physics of computation and communication and on working paradigms (such as nanotubes)
  • Wormeli global forum 2012

    1. 1.  A non-profit consortium of leading companies that supply IT solutions and services to the justice, public safety and homeland security sectors. Funded by a combination of industry contributions and grants from multiple federal agencies Providing training, technology assistance and program management services to local, state, tribal and federal organizations to help them fully realize the power of information sharing.11/13/2012
    2. 2. Axiom: is at the heart of everythinggovernment must do to improveservice to citizens in all countries
    3. 3. 90% OF THE WORLD’S DATAHAS BEEN GENERATEDSINCE 2010Everyday, we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data
    4. 4. New Technologies Explosion
    5. 5. The Law of Accelerating Returns An analysis of the history of technology shows that technological change is exponential, contrary to the common-sense "intuitive linear" view. Dr. Ray Kurzweil11/13/2012 6
    6. 6. CollectiveIntelligence 11/13/2012
    7. 7. TheDiscovering: Intuitively Obvious KNOWLEDGE
    8. 8. Disruptive Technology—catching the wave Clayton Christensen, 1995
    9. 9. Technology must be a means for protecting privacy and securing information;Standards are essential for supporting innovation and safeguarding;International Agreements governing privacy must be technology independent;Safeguarding technologies such as large scale, global federated identity and privilege management standards are essential to global information sharing
    10. 10. Paul WormeliExecutive Director EmeritusIJIS Institutepaul.wormeli@ijis.org

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