One of the "fathers of the internet," Vint Cerf was instrumental in the development of TCP/IP technology as well as the first commercial email system. Today he serves as Google's Internet Evangelist and sits on several boards, including the Council on CyberSecurity. He's received many awards, including the National Medal of Technology, the Turing Award and the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
We hear you really like YouTube. What are your favorite videos right now?
"Robotic hand with a delicate grip" is a nice summary of a new gripping technology for robots. Science Nation's "Seeing Beyond the Visual Cortex" studies visual processing by making people temporarily blind! And I like this TED Talk about the human brain as told by neuroscientist, Jill Bolte Taylor, who had a massive stroke and lived to tell what happened.
What were the last three things you Googled?
“The last page of the Internet,” “The Journal of Neuroscience,” and“Two-factor authentication.”
As Google's resident Internet Evangelist, do you feel guilty using another search engine?
No, I am interested in comparing results.