Category Archives: Internet of Things

Politics, Polls and the Internet of Things

Those are three topics that readers of  Radnor Reports ask about. Radnor’s founder has three Twitter lists called Ken Feltman’s Politics, PollsPlus and Internet of Things. You can find all three lists here: Wise Pundits

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What Is The Artificial Intelligence Of Things? When AI Meets IoT

Bernard Marr in Forbes – Individually, the Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are powerful technologies. When you combine AI and IoT, you get AIoT—the artificial intelligence of things. You can think of internet of things devices as … Continue reading

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How Emerging Technologies Are Impacting Industries

An analysis of leading strategies leveraging technology Dylan Bird in The Startup – This article serves as a briefing on how various industries can strategically utilize emerging technologies in and around the world today. This is not an exhaustive list, … Continue reading

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The quiet threat inside ‘internet of things’ devices

By Charles T. Harry of The Conversation, republished in The Next Web – As Americans increasingly buy and install smart devices in their homes, all those cheap interconnected devices create new security problems for individuals and society as a whole. … Continue reading

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The Impact of Disruption on Connected Experiences: from Roadways to the Skies

By Evan Kirstel on LinkedIn The Internet of Things (IoT) has evolved the way consumers, businesses and governments communicate, collaborate, and process key information and data. This idea of connected everything has become commonplace, from consumer applications, like smart home devices, … Continue reading

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