This is the next interview in the continuing series of Computing Canada’s (CC) Blogged Down (BD) which is featured here “first” in the Canadian IT Managers (CIM) forum.
In this podcast, we talk with computing pioneer and CIPS Fellow (FCIPS), Calvin C. (Kelly) Gotlieb, C.M., M.A., PhD. (University of Toronto), D. Math. (Hon., University of Waterloo), D. Eng. (Hon., Technical University of Nova Scotia); Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, the British Computer Society and the Association for Computing Machinery.
Kelly Gotlieb is currently Professor Emeritus in Computer Science and in the Faculty of Information Studies at the University of Toronto (UT). He is a computing pioneer, whose innovations and accomplishments helped lay the foundation of an entire worldwide industry, educational stream, and profession. His contributions are so profound and their impact so diverse and in so many areas that the lasting value cannot be comprehended. Have a look at this blog to find out more:http://blogs.technet.com/cdnitmanagers/archive/2006/09/29/459971.aspx
To listen to the interview, click on this MP3 file link
DISCUSSION: Kelly Gotlieb share his insights on the privacy issue
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I am surprised the two people mentioned in the interview don't go into an open forum with Dr. Gotlieb. He does invite them.