The Internet Past, Present, and Future: A Conversation with its Pioneers, Vint Cerf and Steve Crocker [S3E13]

Tech Policy Grind
The Internet Past, Present, and Future: A Conversation with its Pioneers, Vint Cerf and Steve Crocker [S3E13]
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The Tech Policy Grind hits the road! Reema and Joe head to Washington DC for a live and in-person conversation with Internet pioneers Vint Cerf and Steve Crocker. We chat about the evolution of the Internet from its original inception. The Internet’s future in light of the innovation that has followed since. And so, so much more.

Check out the full recording of the event here.

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Since the creation of the Internet, it has become an integral part of society, making it nearly impossible to connect, learn and work without it. However, challenges surrounding security, privacy, and misinformation shape a growing concern about its future.

For this episode of the Tech Policy Grind, we hit the road and headed to Washington DC for our first-ever live-streamed and in-person episode with Internet pioneers Drs. Vint Cerf and Steve Crocker to discuss the Internet’s evolution, from its original inception to its future.

Tune in to hear the Vint and Steve discuss the beginnings of their friendship and collaboration in cultivating the ARPANET and Internet, their outlook on the its contemporary challenges, and their insights on topics such as Zero Trust, misinformation, accessibility, and more.

Watch the full video version of the live show here: