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Danny Hillis:
Danny Hillis: Internet potrebbe andare in crash. Ci serve un Piano B

TED2013 · 12:31 · Filmed Feb 2013
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Negli anni '70 e '80 uno spirito di generosità pervadeva Internet, i cui user erano pochi e lontani tra loro. Ma oggi la rete è onnipresente, connette miliardi di persone, macchine e parti essenziali delle infrastrutture — rendendoci vulnerabili agli attacchi cibernetici o al collasso. Il pioniere di Internet Danny Hillis sostiene che Internet non era stato progettato su questa scala e lancia un appello per sviluppare un Piano B: un sistema parallelo su cui contare nel caso in cui Internet vada in crash.

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Computer theorist
Inventor, scientist, author, engineer — over his broad career, Danny Hillis has turned his ever-searching brain on an array of subjects, with surprising results. Full bio

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