#ICT2018 Networking Session: Let's create the next generation internet - it's ours to shape!
Marina Mortara, Researcher, InterIoT project (Interoperability of Heterogeneous IoT platforms): working on the decentralised and mobile monitoring of assisted livings lifestyles. InterIoT is using advanced technologies dealing with overweight and obese issues for citizens. It is looking at innovative ways of evaluating the risk of cardio illness via data collections using everyday smart phones,. These technologies could be extended in the future other citizens.
Eduard Grasa, RINA, Recursive InterNetwork Architecture: working on an environment where users can roam through wireless networks in an internet that is secure by design, powerful but simple enough without needing artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to manage it. RINA seamlessly integrates networks in a powerful way. RINA is the outcome of collaborative work between the EU and National Science Foundation in the US, with i2Cat playing an instrumental role. “Perfection is not achieved when there is nothing left to add, it is achieved when there is nothing else to remove”.
Johannes Klingmayr, Linz Center of Mechatronics GMBH: making money from data. Today's approach is not the right one. Compare it with napster, where they were taking music and just giving it away. A better idea is to use spotify’s approach, which can only be done when knowledge is captured through knowledge engines. It's not just for big companies as everyone can create knowledge engines. We are suggesting to move from the Internet of Data capture to the Internet of Knowledge Engines. This moves away from the approach of Internet monopolies. This is a better match with EU values: more heterogeneous and strengthening networks of knowledge engines.