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Wednesday 8th October

Vision 2050 - Business and the Web

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When and Where?

Wednesday 08th October, 10:00 - 10:45
Theatre: IP EXPO Europe Keynote


Speaker

Sir Tim Berners Lee


Speaker Job Title

Founder


Speaker Company

World Wide Web Consortium


Seminar Synopsis

It's twenty-five years since Sir Tim Berners-Lee wrote the first draft of the first proposal for what would become the World Wide Web. Today, he says, "like most twentysomethings, the Web's full potential is just starting to show." In this keynote presentation, Sir Tim will outline his vision for the Web and how businesses will use it for competitive advantage. He'll offer his insight into business strategies for innovation and for creating whole new markets through digital channels. He'll look at corporate responsibility for cybersecurity and its links to privacy and trust. He'll outline his thoughts on the role that linked data, accessibility and open standards will play in the 'Internet of Things'. Above all, he'll look at how businesses - and the people who lead them - will shape the next quarter-century of the Web's remarkable development.