5 in 5 in 5 – What’s Next for the Net
The history of the Internet is a story of unexpected developments and new opportunities. To explore what might be coming next, six people who are helping shape the evolution of the Internet will describe five different major changes to the Internet that could happen over the next five years. They will have five minutes to make their predictions, after which we plan to dive into a group discussion with the audience.
Breakfast and networking begin at 9:00 AM. Prior to the panel, we will be showing video highlights from the September 24 Internet Summit in San Francisco and the Technology Policy Institute’s Aspen Forum held in August.
The panel discussion begins promptly at 9:30 AM.
Paula Bruening, Intel
Leslie Daigle, ThinkingCat Enterprises
William Dutton, Quello Center, Michigan State University (and former Director of the Oxford Internet Institute)
Martin Levy, Network Strategy, CloudFlare
Michael Walker, Information Innovation Office, Defense Advanced Projects Agency
Michael R. Nelson, Public Policy, CloudFlare