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 Ziel war es, für die EU-Kommission einen Input für die Vision für das **Internet for the Next Generation** zu liefern, welches den Menschen in den Mittelpunkt stellt. ​   </​WRAP> ​ | Ziel war es, für die EU-Kommission einen Input für die Vision für das **Internet for the Next Generation** zu liefern, welches den Menschen in den Mittelpunkt stellt. ​   </​WRAP> ​ |
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 // Auch Du kannst bei der aktiven Gestaltung des  **Internets for the Next Generation** **mitmachen**. Melde Dich einfach zum **Topic Team "NGI Next Generation Internet"​** an: [[http://​www.iot-austria.at/​ngi|www.iot-austria.at/​ngi]].// ​ // Auch Du kannst bei der aktiven Gestaltung des  **Internets for the Next Generation** **mitmachen**. Melde Dich einfach zum **Topic Team "NGI Next Generation Internet"​** an: [[http://​www.iot-austria.at/​ngi|www.iot-austria.at/​ngi]].// ​
  
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 |{{:​news:​2017:​06:​ngi.png?​200|}} \\ \\ {{:​news:​2017:​06:​ngi_expert_helmut_leopold_ait.jpg?​200|}}|//​ Why is the European research community working on a vision for the Internet for the Next Generation? We want to shape the „Internet for Humans in the Post-Digitization-Age“ by ensuring Europe manages its own digital destiny again. \\ \\ Although the success of the internet can be traced to its decentralized nature, there are countervailing forces that are striving to ensure the infrastructure,​ communication and services are controlled by a handful of foreign entities such as Facebook and Google. As a result, innovative European as well as global SMB’s are confronted with virtually impossible options to enter this sphere. This compels us to call for alternate rules of engagement. \\ \\ It is important to note that technological development directly advances the radical change of existing ecosystems. Control by a few jeopardizes new developments by thwarting market-driven technology deployments. For example, 5G technology will potentially change the role of a service operator as well as influence the manufacturing landscape. Our current privacy and security dilemma might require us to fundamentally change the structure of the internet in the future. Any research approach must consider the overall effect on our ecosystem so that we cultivate new entrants and technologies. \\ \\ One of our first actions requires us to support the establishment of pluralistic and open ecosystems, where researchers collaborate with manufacturers,​ system integrators,​ service providers and end-users. The public sector – as end-user or supplier - plays an important role in these ecosystems. Lacking initiative, Europe will remain a subsidiary of the existing digital behemoths and, with luck, might be competitive in niche application fields. \\ \\ The „Next Generation Internet“ is intended to be a wakeup call for all European citizens, and not those entrusted with public policy. Therefore, it is imperative to bring awareness and gain the interest of every strata of our society. Within the impending post-digital age, we will see new behaviours that will change human interactions. This compels us to bring the standpoint of our youth to the forefront. \\ \\ Our current approach towards learning requires a massive overhaul, but that’s only the beginning. The way technological adoption within our societal processes equally requires a rethink, especially those tied to end-users as they are catalyst of digital change. ​ Our public authorities must be required to shape and define the appropriate market drivers such as standards, regulations,​ and manage the societal transformation required to foster adoption of new, especially disruptive technologies. \\ \\ To properly ensure that our digital and social world matches our expectations in 30 years’ time, it is imperative for us to ensure that our needs are taken into account. This necessitates research on acceptance in order to shape an internet that is human-centred. Ethical and privacy aspects play an important role. The added-value of NGI must be quantified, and all preconditions must be identified in order to elicit all technological requirements. \\ \\ Lastly, we must ensure that this development remain open to all in our society. Diversity ensures that we capture everyone’s needs, and it is compulsory that this exercise remains inclusive. Economies and policies need to be structured to serve people, and not vice-versa.//​ | |{{:​news:​2017:​06:​ngi.png?​200|}} \\ \\ {{:​news:​2017:​06:​ngi_expert_helmut_leopold_ait.jpg?​200|}}|//​ Why is the European research community working on a vision for the Internet for the Next Generation? We want to shape the „Internet for Humans in the Post-Digitization-Age“ by ensuring Europe manages its own digital destiny again. \\ \\ Although the success of the internet can be traced to its decentralized nature, there are countervailing forces that are striving to ensure the infrastructure,​ communication and services are controlled by a handful of foreign entities such as Facebook and Google. As a result, innovative European as well as global SMB’s are confronted with virtually impossible options to enter this sphere. This compels us to call for alternate rules of engagement. \\ \\ It is important to note that technological development directly advances the radical change of existing ecosystems. Control by a few jeopardizes new developments by thwarting market-driven technology deployments. For example, 5G technology will potentially change the role of a service operator as well as influence the manufacturing landscape. Our current privacy and security dilemma might require us to fundamentally change the structure of the internet in the future. Any research approach must consider the overall effect on our ecosystem so that we cultivate new entrants and technologies. \\ \\ One of our first actions requires us to support the establishment of pluralistic and open ecosystems, where researchers collaborate with manufacturers,​ system integrators,​ service providers and end-users. The public sector – as end-user or supplier - plays an important role in these ecosystems. Lacking initiative, Europe will remain a subsidiary of the existing digital behemoths and, with luck, might be competitive in niche application fields. \\ \\ The „Next Generation Internet“ is intended to be a wakeup call for all European citizens, and not those entrusted with public policy. Therefore, it is imperative to bring awareness and gain the interest of every strata of our society. Within the impending post-digital age, we will see new behaviours that will change human interactions. This compels us to bring the standpoint of our youth to the forefront. \\ \\ Our current approach towards learning requires a massive overhaul, but that’s only the beginning. The way technological adoption within our societal processes equally requires a rethink, especially those tied to end-users as they are catalyst of digital change. ​ Our public authorities must be required to shape and define the appropriate market drivers such as standards, regulations,​ and manage the societal transformation required to foster adoption of new, especially disruptive technologies. \\ \\ To properly ensure that our digital and social world matches our expectations in 30 years’ time, it is imperative for us to ensure that our needs are taken into account. This necessitates research on acceptance in order to shape an internet that is human-centred. Ethical and privacy aspects play an important role. The added-value of NGI must be quantified, and all preconditions must be identified in order to elicit all technological requirements. \\ \\ Lastly, we must ensure that this development remain open to all in our society. Diversity ensures that we capture everyone’s needs, and it is compulsory that this exercise remains inclusive. Economies and policies need to be structured to serve people, and not vice-versa.//​ |
  
-Die fast 30 TeilnehmerInnen haben anschliessend in drei Arbeitsgruppen folgende Statements erarbeitet+Die fast 30 TeilnehmerInnen haben anschliessend in drei Arbeitsgruppen folgende Statements erarbeitet:
  
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