The period, about a year before 9/11. To date, a White House technical adviser has been working on humanity’s greatest plan to install a fantastic computer network with a speed of 100 Mbps and a communications network in 100 million homes over the next 10 years. A plan that’s bigger than Kennedy’s is to send a man to the moon in 10 years.
The plan was developed with many priorities, 470 companies have already applied for participation and/or investment, they discussed the most appropriate protocol of communication between existing protocols such as H.323, and new, etc. to publish before the end of 2002.
This plan had very big goals, among which I remember:
- Electronic Surgery
- Electronic Doctor
- E-education (all levels)
04.e-Training (for companies)
- Electronic business (B2B, B2C, C2B and voice activation)
- Iterative TV
- electronic films
- Electronic security (federal, state, land, residential)
- Electronic elections
- TV telephony.
- Electronic police
- e-government (all between government and citizen)
- Electronic Theatre
- Electronic Conferences
- Electronic libraries
- Internet science
- Electronic polls
- Electronic Management
- TeleCommuter (work from home)
All computer processing and storage of data through remote data centers.
- About 1,000,000 new businesses
Whenever I thought about this plan, I complained about two things: first, I’m 73 years old and I’m probably not going with it in the next 30 years, and secondly, dozens of technical ideas that I could come up with.
And then 9/11 came, the top national priority was security, investment – public and private – went in a different direction, and people were more concerned about the moment than the future.
But to survive, without a shadow of a doubt, we need this technological plan to sustain the technological hegemony of the United States for the next 30-40 years and, therefore, our global economic hegemony. And as you know, I’m talking about the future of our children and grandchildren.
Now we are electing a new president, but whoever is elected, this plan, again, must have a very high priority and, of course, because of its greatness and duration, it does not depend on any party or government in particular.
Now we have many communication products and services – mobile phones and thousands of applications, digital TELEVISION, etc. – and many IT applications and services – managing customer relations with CRM with advanced voice and two-way call centers, ERP Enterprise Resources Planning, Voice over IP Voip, BI Business Intelligence, Data Mining, AI Artificial Intelligence, GSI, Large Internet and its thousands of applications, etc.
What should we do?
Given that the plan is natural and technically feasible, and more dependent on private initiatives and less on government, I propose to create an apolitical foundation for fighting for this plan in the White House, in Congress, in the media, society, industry, colleges, etc., and of course integrate all of these parties.
I have freedom of initiative in my blood, and for me there is nothing stronger than a real entrepreneur. In the end, these entrepreneurs have created a successful United States, so just repeat the recipe. Forever.