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TAFI project: key messages

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Presentation at final workshop for EC project Towards a Future Internet, held in Brussels 22 Nov 2010

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TAFI project: key messages

  1. 1. Key messages TOWARDS ATOWARDS A Ian Brown Oxford Internet Institute Final Public Workshop, Brussels, 22 November 2010
  2. 2. Rapid growth & globalisation play a more significant role. Developing countries have greater influence over evolution of Internet (plus key market) 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030 Expected 7 Bn users 2017 (103% world pop) 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 Billionsofmobileservicesusersworldwide NICs’ middle classes 1.5Bn users, 2004 5Bn users, July 2010 (74% world pop.) 4Bn users, Jan 2009 (60 % world pop.) 800K users, 2000 Expected 6 Bn users June 2012 (89% world pop.)
  3. 3. Digital participation key to social and economic life, and government interaction - but what about those who decide to opt out?
  4. 4. Security and privacy are key for user trust - but are they tractable?
  5. 5. Need for coherent regulatory and policy approach – Digital Agenda is a good start
  6. 6. Future Internet research must be multidisciplinary – importance of social, economic & psychological factors and Internet Science Neurology and brain science Mind as a computational machine using cognitive science Systems analysis of the neural architecture, its main centres (eg speech) and their inter- operation Microbiology of cell interactions at neurotransmitter/ receptor level as computing element systems Grid computing - billion element scale neuronal network simulations and visualisation for main centres and whole cortex Biochemistry of molecular level neural activity and connections Activity detection and monitoring at synapse level -Electromagnetic imaging -Other (imaging)?? Psychiatric analysis of disorders and their treatment
  7. 7. Future Internet research must be multidisciplinary – importance of social, economic & psychological factors and Internet Science Neurology and brain science Mind as a computational machine using cognitive science Systems analysis of the neural architecture, its main centres (eg speech) and their inter- operation Microbiology of cell interactions at neurotransmitter/ receptor level as computing element systems Grid computing - billion element scale neuronal network simulations and visualisation for main centres and whole cortex Biochemistry of molecular level neural activity and connections Activity detection and monitoring at synapse level -Electromagnetic imaging -Other (imaging)?? Psychiatric analysis of disorders and their treatment

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