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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We don’ know where things are archived in our brain. What if we could access medical data in real time, according to a context? This is technologically possible, but which kind of privacy should apply? Can we have a software licence type scheme also for data?
In this discussion we tackle topics such as Semantic Data Organisation, trustworthy search and content discovery, online disinformation.
A topic related to this, "Cyber Security and Resilience" was under discussion at the Engineroom project's expert workshop in London, March 2018. Four distinct areas of discussion were elicited:
One of the activities of an expert workshop run by the Engineroom project in March 2018, was to examine challenges for a set of umbrella topics. "Internet and Data Sovereignty" was one of those topics and four distinct areas of discussion were elicited:
On March 21st 2018, the Engineroom project ran an expert workshop in London to support the establishment of a research agenda for the Next Generation Internet. One of the activities was to examine challenges for a set of umbrella topics. "Online Identities and Trust" was one of those topics.
The general outcomes of the event are the subject of this discussion.
Have the courage to use your own reasoning, Immanuel Kant (1724-1804)
Two types of citizens live in the “global digital village”: digital natives, those born in the internet age, and digital migrants, those born before the internet became so central to our lives. These digital migrants are the so-called "silver surfers".