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Issue No. 01 - January/February (2010 vol. 14)
ISSN: 1089-7801
pp: 12-42
Deborah Estrin , University of California, Los Angeles
K. Mani Chandy , California Institute of Technology
R. Michael Young , North Carolina State University
Larry Smarr , University of California, San Diego
Andrew Odlyzko , University of Minnesota
David Clark , MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
Viviane Reding , Information Society and Media
Toru Ishida , Kyoto University
Sharad Sharma , Canaan Partners
Urs Hölzle , Google
Geoff Mulligan , IPSO Alliance
Chip Elliott , Global Environment for Network Innovations (GENI)
More than a dozen leading experts give their opinions on where the Internet is headed and where it will be in the next decade in terms of technology, policy, and applications. They cover topics ranging from the Internet of Things to climate change to the digital storage of the future. A summary of the articles is available in the Web extras section.
participatory sensing, Internet, personal data vault, ubiquitous data capture, data processing, data protection, tussle, socio-technical systems, broadband, global networks, interactive entertainment, cloud computing, procedural content generation, climate, carbon emissions, green, Internet evolution, wireless, technology forecasting, prognosticators, vision, tussle, socio-technical systems, broadband, global networks, information society, future ICT for sustainable growth, Internet of Things, open machine translation, intercultural collaboration, services computing, language grid, cloud computing, bottom of the pyramid, quant revolution, multinationals, knowledge-worker, profit-center, creation net, Software engineering, telecommunications, space technology

A. Odlyzko et al., "Internet Predictions," in IEEE Internet Computing, vol. 14, no. , pp. 12-42, 2010.
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