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Irish Future Internet Forum,

Irish Future Internet Forum,
Opening presentation, 2011.
Dr Willie Donnelly,
Chair Irish Future Internet Forum.

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  • Positioning Ireland in the Future Internet Willie Donnelly Chair Irish Future Internet Forum
  • Future Internet Assembly Trust, Security, Privacy Experimental facilities and test beds Network Architecture and Mobility Content creation and delivery “ Internet of “Things” Services Architectures ENVIROFI FI- Content FINEST (Transport) Instant Mobility FINSENY (Smart Grid) OUTSMART (Urban) European Framework Future Internet
  • Future Internet as a Critical Infrastructure
  • Internet 2020 “ The virtual world removes all barriers of human limitation; you can be anyone you want to be instead of being bound by physical and material limitations. That allows people to be who they naturally are, freed of any perception they may have of themselves based on their ‘real life’—it is the power of removing the barriers of your own perception of yourself.” — Tze-Meng Tan , Multimedia Development Corporation in Malaysia, a director at OpenSOS “ Tribes will be defined by social enclaves on the Internet, rather than by geography or kinship, but the world will be more fragmented and less tolerant, since one's real-world surroundings will not have the homogeneity of one's online clan.” — Jim Horning , chief scientist for information security at SPARTA Inc. and a founder of InterTrust’s Strategic Technologies and Architectural Research Laboratory “ By 2020, the Internet will have enabled the monitoring and manipulation of people by businesses and governments on a scale never before imaginable. Most people will have happily traded their privacy—consciously or unconsciously—for consumer benefits such as increased convenience and lower prices. As a result, the line between marketing and manipulation will have largely disappeared.” — Nicholas Carr , author of the Rough Type blog and “The Big Switch” “ We in the present don't think of ourselves as living in ‘cyberspace,’ even though people of a decade previous would have termed it such. Of the various forms of the metaverse, however, the majority of activity will take place in blended or augmented-reality spaces, not in distinct virtual/alternative world spaces.” — Jamais Cascio , a co-author of the “Metaverse Roadmap Overview,” a report on the potential futures of VR, AR, and the geoWeb “ The Internet is not magical; it will be utterly over-managed by commercial concerns, hobbled with ‘security’ micromanagement, and turned into money-shaped traffic for business, the rest 90% paid-for content download and the rest of the bandwidth used for market feedback.”— Tom Jennings , University of California-Irvine, creator of FidoNet and builder of Wired magazine’s first online site “ The Web must still be a messy, fabulous, exciting, dangerous, poetic, depressing, elating place...akin to life; which is not a bad thing.” — Luis Santos , Universidade do Minho-Braga, Portugal
  • Towards a Future Internet Power to the People User and e-consumer rights role building their own environments and applications Delphi 2020 Information Society Enables all facets of work as the Foundation of a new era in the worlds development Commercial Big Brother A platform for entertainment, retail , commerce and advertising A commercially controlled consumer world
  • European Leadership Power to the People Commercial Big Brothe r Information Society European Governance Model based on European Social Values Citizen rights Digital Inclusion Freedom of Expression Social inclusion
  • Role of Future Internet Forum Future Internet transforms the boundaries of traditional society
      • Transforming economic, political and cultural
      • Systems
      • Transforming the development of the “networked Society”
    Integrated Communications Technologies Civil Society
      • Ireland needs to re-imagine society and build the platform for citizen cultural and economic wellbeing
    Forum provides the platform for national debate and consensus building
  • Opportunities for Ireland
    • Future Internet provides major opportunities for Ireland as leadership in the Future Internet
        • Open economy
        • Multinational industry base
        • Multicultural society
        • Open Government
        • Open policy on IP
        • Scientific and engineering foundation (SFI, HEA,EI)
        • Highly networked government, industry, academia
  • Dynamic performance and convergence trends in innovation in the EU-27 and other countries EU27 innovation performance in 2009 EU27 average growth rate in 2005-09 Innovation leaders Denmark, Finland, Germany, Sweden, UK Innovation followers Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, France, Iceland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Slovenia Moderate innovators Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Malta, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia and Spain Catching up Bulgaria, Croatia, Latvia, Romania, Serbia and Turkey
  • FI Innovation Leadership S Research and Innovation Community empowerment Citizen Digital inclusion Openness New Models Legal Government Prosumer Business
  • Health Academic Business Govern ment Citizen Community Future Internet Innovation Platform Environment Education Agriculture Entertainment Transport Cities Early Adoption Exemplar Services
  • Transport Smart Grid Environment Cloud Computing Social Networks Linked Data Security Privacy and Identity Sensors Management National strategy for European FI leadership