Google chairman Eric Schmidt when attending the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland stunned the world, he said, “the Internet will eventually disappear.” In response to the evolution of the network problem.
Schmidt explained that there will be a future world in a myriad of IP addresses, there are too many wearable sensing devices, too much interaction you’ve even feel them, because it has become part of individual existence. “Imagine you walk into the next room, a dynamic room, in case you are allowed to go through and the room you can interact with anything.”
Schmidt said, “The future of the world is a highly personalized, highly interactive world, is a very, very interesting world.”
But there are also professionals who hold the future of network development seriousness, professor of computer science at Harvard University, Margo Seltzer says, “The future of the world will no longer have privacy, our concept of privacy in the past will eventually ‘death’ . ”
Harvard University genetics researcher Sophia Ruth also stressed that “the question now is not whether it will happen, but has already happened. Today we live in a state of being monitored.” She also described a ” frightening world “in the future, robots the size of a mosquito can steal human DNA samples.