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Vinton Cerf        

Vice President and Chief Internet Evangelist for Google

Vint Cerf is a living legend in the tech world.

In 2004, with Robert Kahn, he received the Alan M. Turing Award, the highest professional honor in computing, in recognition of their visionary work and leadership in the development of the Internet.

Other honors, again with Robert Kahn, include the US National Medal of Technology, the Japan Prize, and the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

He was the founding president of the Internet Society and served as chairman of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers from 2000 to 2007.

Before joining Google in 2005, Cerf was a senior vice presidentat MCI and a vice president of the Corporation for National Research Initiatives. He began his career at IBM and UCLA.

He joined the faculty of Stanford University where he co-designed the TCP/IP protocols and network architecture of the Internet.

From 1976 to 1982, he was a principal scientist at DARPA, where he managed the Internet and packet communications research programs. He joined MCI in 1982, where he helped develop the commercial MCI Mail service.

Cerf has been elected a member of the National Academy of Engineering and a fellow of the IEEE, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the International Engineering Consortium.

News


How to Share Scientific Data - NYTimes.com

How to Share Scientific Data. Andrew Federman for Google. Vinton Cerf, the vice president of Google, calls for sharing the costs in making scientific data widely ...

Vint Cerf, 2013 Future in Review Conference Centerpiece Guest ...

From Yahoo Finance: Vint Cerf -- Google VP and Chief Internet Evangelist, Strategic News Service member, and honored subject of an SNS Future in Review ...

The 'Father of the Internet' Remembers Douglas Engelbart

Douglas Engelbart had tremendous influence over today's computing technologies. There aren't many people with similar esteem, but Vint Cerf is one of them.

Google services should not require real names: Vint Cerf | Reuters

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - In the face of increasing government-led crackdowns on social media, Google Inc should not force Internet users to reveal their ...

Access control changes a must for future, safe Internet, Vint Cerf says

Essay provides insights from "father of Internet" on future of Web.

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