Welcome to IoT Weekly News!
I have decided to focus the majority of the content in this issue on Artificial Intelligence and how it applies to the Internet of Things. As devices around us continue to collect more data, there will be opportunities for them to become more intelligent and react to the world around us. I've extracted a number of interesting articles on this subject along with a few stories on drones and a survey by O'Reilly on the Internet of Things Market.
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Internet of Things World 2017 Recap - 8 Takeaways
If you missed Internet of Things World, here are some things that the IFA staff picked up as top trends discussed at the conference.
Exploring the Potential of Drones and the Internet of Things
When people hear the phrase “Internet of Things (IoT),” many of us think of obvious applications, like being able to adjust the thermostat of your home so it’s set to the right temperature when you get home from a day of work, or like warming up the oven for dinner with the click of your iPhone on your way home from grocery shopping.
Google's New IoT Core Service Helps Businesses Manage Their IoT Data and Devices
Google Cloud launched a new Internet of Things management service today called Google Cloud IoT Core that provides a way for companies to manage IoT devices and process data being generated by those devices.
University of Saint Thomas - Internet of Things
The University of Saint Thomas Graduate Programs in Software (GPS) offers a graduate level course that is designed for students to be exposed to technologies and best practices that help them understand high level concepts and the supporting technologies that make up the Internet of Things. Register today!
What You Need To Know About Cybersecurity And The Internet Of Things
The Internet of Things (IoT) has moved from a marketing buzzword to a household term. And while IoT generates more headlines as a consumer issue, it’s a topic that businesses need to pay attention to as well.
Ingram Micro: AI and IoT Is Ushering in a Fourth Industrial Revolution
The biggest technological advancements throughout history are often pinned to what historians call the three industrial revolutions. We saw the birth of the factory with the first, the advent of the production line with the second and manufacturing shift into the digital age through the third.
AI, IoT and the End of Moore's Law Add to US National Security Worries
Enemies exploiting weaknesses in Internet of Things devices or using artificial intelligence to build better weapons, plus fears that the end of Moore's law could erode the country's lead in computer processing technology are among the current areas of concern for US intelligence community.
What Do Bots and Henry Ford Have in Common? Efficiency.
AI is poised to replace 6% of U.S. jobs over the next five years, according to Forrester. But before you become too concerned about the current state of your job stability, let’s take a deeper look.
Microsoft's P Language Is Aimed at Where Cloud, AI, and IoT Meet
Microsoft is positioning its P language as a solution for asynchrony in a world where this capability is becoming increasingly vital for the cloud, artificial intelligence, and embedded systems.
How Artificial Intelligence Will Change UX
This year, the official buzzword for every business is “artificial intelligence.” You’ll be hard-pressed to find an organization that is not assessing AI’s capabilities to automate tedious functions, enable greater accuracy and efficiencies, and deliver measurable benefits to the bottom line.
IoT, AI and Drones in the Future of Enterprise Asset Management
Three emerging technologies – IoT, AI and drones – will reshape the future of enterprise asset management (EAM). Infor’s Kevin Price explains what to expect
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The Internet of Things Market - O'Reilly Media
The Internet of Things (IoT) is that brilliant kid who’s grown up but still stuck at home. Will 2017 be the year that IoT finally moves out and gets a job? A data-driven study of the complete Internet of Things (IoT) market.