What would it really take to communicate from a planet to the Starship Enterprise? Find out how Intel researchers and NASA are working to develop inter-planetary communication using Delay Tolerant Networking. Vint Cerf and Kevin Fall describe what the obstacles are and solutions they are researching in the latest episode of the Future Lab Radio podcast series.Hear more Future Lab Radio on ConnectedSocialMedia.com Future Lab is a weekly online radio show devoted to technology research from Intel Labs, and its university and industry partners. The interviews introduce you to a range of fascinating people on the front lines of research in areas like computing, biology, anthropology, energy, transportation, visual sensing, robotics, communication and more.
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