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Ecological Internet - Kilnam Chon

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Professor Emeritus, KAIST 명예교수

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Ecological Internet - Kilnam Chon

  1. 1. Ecological Internet 
 Creative Commons Global Summit 2015 2013.5.23/15.9.2+ Kil-nam Chon KAIST
  2. 2. Contents 1. Internet Population 2. Internet as Social Infrastructure 3. Recent Development 3.1 Walled Garden? 3.2 Data Explosion 3.3 Fundamental Studies 3.4 Problems 3.5 Internet Governance 4. Ecological Internet 4.1 Why Ecological Internet Now? 4.2 Shall We Call Ecological Internet? 4.3 What Are the Issues? 5. Remark * Bibliography
  3. 3. • 2015s : ~3 billion Internet users (out of 7 billions) - Passed the tipping point of 25% • 2020s : 5~6 billion Internet users (out of 7.5 billions) • How do we facilitate new (and current) Internet users in ecologically sound manner? - Society: How do we harmonize with human society? - Environment: How do we harmonize with the earth? 1. Internet Population 2
  4. 4. 4 • What kinds of the social infrastructure is the Internet being developed around the world? • Example: Transportation - Train: Good social infrastructure - Car: Need to avoid USA phenomena 2. Internet as Social Infrastructure
  5. 5. 5 • Walled Garden • Data Explosion • Fundamental Study • Problems • Internet Governance 3. Recent Development
  6. 6. 6 • Facebook with 1.5 billion users • Great Firewall(China) 3.1 Walled Garden?
  7. 7. 7 • Video Traffic - Video, TV,…. • Internet of Things/Smart Device/M2M - Machine as the Internet user 3.2 Data Explosion
  8. 8. 8 • Computer Science 1960s~ • Data Science 2000s~ • Web Science 2000s~ • Language Science 2000s~ • Network Science 2010s~ • Internet Science 2010s~ 3.3 Fundamental Studies
  9. 9. 9 • Global - Cyber Crime - Cyber Terrorism - Cyber Warfare • Personal - Privacy - Addiction - Cyber Violence 3.4 Problems
  10. 10. 10 • Current Stakeholders on Internet Governance - USA Federal Government - Other Governments(EU, National Governments,..) - ICANN and NRO - Standardization Organization (IETF,...) - Internet Governance Forum - Civil Society - Technical Community - Citizen • What Internet governance model are we looking for? 3.5 Internet Governance
  11. 11. 11 • Why Ecological Internet? • Shall We Call Ecological Internet? • What are the Issues? 4. Ecological Internet
  12. 12. 12 • It may be time to think of a long term perspective of the Internet as critical global social infrastructure. • We need to develop social infrastructure based on consensus rather than market driven. • Future Internet research & development may address - for all people in the world, not just current users - harmonization with human society and global environment 4.1 Why Ecological Internet Now?
  13. 13. 13 • We may call the emerging global social infrastructure based on the Internet as Ecological Internet; - The Internet which we can sustain and we want to sustain - The Internet which is harmonized with human society - The Internet governance based on consensus like ecological democracy - The Internet like Green State proposed by Robyn Eckersley 4.2 Shall We Call Ecological Internet?
  14. 14. 14 • New Internet Users How do we facilitate new Internet users(and current Internet users) in ecologically sound manner? • Environment How do we harmonize with the earth? • Local Culture How do we harmonize with local culture and society? • Market Driven How do we move away from the market driven development toward consensus-based development? • Innovation How do we keep the Internet innovative? 4.3 What Are the Issues?
  15. 15. 15 • It is only the beginning of the Internet revolution now. • Are we making mistakes of other global infrastructures like automobile, nuclear systems,..? • Are we having proper global coordination now? • Openness( data, education, research,..) is changing the world as an important element of Ecological Internet. • Human resource development may be most important. 5. Remark
  16. 16. 16 • Books: Robyn Eckersley [The Green State: Rethinking Democracy and Sovereignty], 2004 Bruce Schneier [Data and Goliath], 2014 • Articles: T. Tiropanis, et al., Network Science, Web Science and Internet Science, CACM, 2015 • Websites: Cyber Commons CyberCommons.net Internet Governance Forum IntGovForum.org * Bibliography

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