Tuesday June 19 07:20 am
Tony Salvador, Director, Experience Insights Lab, Intel - 60 Second Insights
Intel 60 Second Insights forum - Tony Salvador, Director, Experience Insights Lab, Intel, discusses how data will be available to everyone at any point in time and how this innovation will create greater opportunities in society. http //www.intel.com/60-second-insights http //www.intel.com http //www.intel.com/pressroom/kits/classmatePC/tsalvador.htm TRANSCRIPT If we think about the mobile technologies that exist today, and the ones that are going to exist tomorrow, having data around us be surrounded by computational power, we have to imagine, and we have to think that the way we live is going to change and adapt. When electricity first came out, it was a rare thing. You, you, if somebody had electrical power coming to their house, or they lit the street lamps, or something along that line, it, it, it was something that was rare, something that was noticed, something you paid attention to, uh, it wasn't pervasive, it wasn't everywhere. Cloud computing now is kind of like electricity then. On a going forward basis, cloud computing will be everywhere. You'll have data available to you pretty much anywhere you are. In fact, you can consider yourself as a data item, and we should think about what it means for us to be data, and for our stuff and everything we do to be data. What does it mean to own that, to control it, to share it, to sell it, right, to make it available to others? What does it mean for us to do that as opposed to some company to have all of those data on their own?