Internet 2025: Can we keep it open and evolving?

Internet 2025: Can we keep it open and evolving?

Internet 2025: Can we keep it open and evolving?

Panelists: Vinton Cerf, Vice President and Chief Internet Evangelist, Google, Marconi Fellow (1998); Robert Kahn, Founder and CEO, Corporation for National Research Initiatives (CNRI), Marconi Fellow (1994); Joseph Kakande, Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, Marconi Society Paul Baran Young Scholar (2011); Leonard Kleinrock, Distinguished Professor, UCLA, Marconi Fellow (1986); Dan Kaufman, Director, Information Innovation Office, DARPA. Moderator: Ali Velshi, Host, Al Jazeera America

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Digital Convenience and Hospitality Can In Fact Co-Exist

One criticism of the Internet and – more generally – the hyper-connected digital world is that it’s impersonal, anonymous and, oftentimes, lacks in customer service. While visiting mom and pop businesses is great for the local economy, one reason often cited for sticking with an analog shopping experience is because of the stellar service received. We are now finding, though,...
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