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COMMUNITY NET
Open Source Access 03
Bug Lab: Software Allows Devices To
Push Information About Themselves
Over Social Channels
Thingful: Discovery Engine Creates
‘Google Search’ For The Internet Of
Things
Shodan: Search Engine Allows Users To
Tour The World’s Connected Webcams
“There will be increased franchise and information
sharing. There will be changes to business models to adapt
to the economics of digital communication and storage.
Privacy must be improved but transparency about what
information is retained about users also has to increase.”
— Vint Cerf. Vice President and Chief Internet Evangelist. Google
“The biggest impact on the world will be universal access
to all human knowledge. The smartest person in the world
currently could well be stuck behind a plow in India or
China. Enabling that person — and the millions like him
or her — will have a profound impact on the development
of the human race. Cheap mobile devices will be available
worldwide, and educational tools like the Khan Academy
will be available to everyone. This will have a huge impact
on literacy and numeracy and will lead to a more informed
and more educated world population.”
—Hal Varian. Chief Economist. Google.
.
03.
Open Source
Access
A mix of manufacturers, service
providers and organizations
are working to establish the
infrastructure required for
the seamless interoperability
and fluid transmission of data
between internet-enabled
technologies. These emerging
systems and protocols challenge
the notion of ownership and
privacy in this space, building an
open framework to link different
connected devices and empower
people to interact with them in a
more holistic way.
“We see a future that will
have billions of connected
devices with huge
commercial applications.
Our aim is to bring the
complex technology into
the hands of people so that
it is simplified and enables
them to produce something
within minutes that used to
take us decades to produce”
— Brian Krzanich, CEO, Intel
INTEL EXPERT

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iq.intel.com/real-world-web 6 COMMUNITY NET Open Source Access 03 Bug Lab: Software Allows Devices To Push Information About Themselves Over Social Channels Thingful: Discovery Engine Creates ‘Google Search’ For The Internet Of Things Shodan: Search Engine Allows Users To Tour The World’s Connected Webcams “There will be increased franchise and information sharing. There will be changes to business models to adapt to the economics of digital communication and storage. Privacy must be improved but transparency about what information is retained about users also has to increase.” — Vint Cerf. Vice President and Chief Internet Evangelist. Google “The biggest impact on the world will be universal access to all human knowledge. The smartest person in the world currently could well be stuck behind a plow in India or China. Enabling that person — and the millions like him or her — will have a profound impact on the development of the human race. Cheap mobile devices will be available worldwide, and educational tools like the Khan Academy will be available to everyone. This will have a huge impact on literacy and numeracy and will lead to a more informed and more educated world population.” —Hal Varian. Chief Economist. Google. . 03. Open Source Access A mix of manufacturers, service providers and organizations are working to establish the infrastructure required for the seamless interoperability and fluid transmission of data between internet-enabled technologies. These emerging systems and protocols challenge the notion of ownership and privacy in this space, building an open framework to link different connected devices and empower people to interact with them in a more holistic way. “We see a future that will have billions of connected devices with huge commercial applications. Our aim is to bring the complex technology into the hands of people so that it is simplified and enables them to produce something within minutes that used to take us decades to produce” — Brian Krzanich, CEO, Intel INTEL EXPERT

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