The NGI consultation will ultimately contribute to determine shared opinions and consolidated views of what the next generation internet should look like and which research and innovation paths Europeans shall follow to contribute achieving that goal.
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There is a risk that the Internet becomes an “echo chamber”, where profiling of citizens, "fake news" and citizens’ own preferences and social groups distort the information citizens can see to biased opinions or sympathetic views that reinforce entrenched views.
It is clear that we need a common understanding of the semantics and significance of the terms and concepts we use when discussing the NGI. To avoid duplications and omissions we should think about and agree upon a common framework for defining the elements that make up the NGI.
R U - I o T Ready?
The catchphrase, R U - I o T Ready? has raised some interesting questions such as, What is IoT? Why should I care? and What does "Ready" mean?
What is IoT? I will use this simple definition of IoT from Webopedia
What is your opinion on GDPR in context to NGI?
Before embarking on a long discussion about what's needed in relation to D&I Tech, does anyone have recommendations for a good landscape overview? Discovery and Identification has been done in multiple EU (and other) projects to date...
I recently attended the COST-CONNECT workshop entitled “An interdisciplinary approach on the Next-Generation Internet”, held on 12-13th September, 2017, in Brussels.
Artificial Intelligence: can it really bring socio-economic impacts?
How can the next generation internet change the nature of education and learning so it empowers the many, not just the few, including the most vulnerable user?
Social networks and online gaming aren't just changing the way we lead out lives day-by-day but may also be altering our self-perception.
Future Interactive Technologies like Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) are set to change the way people communicate, interact and share information on the internet and beyond.