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Friday, July 8, 2016

The Internet Of Things (IoT) Has Arrived, But Not For Americans

The Internet of Things Has Arrived, But Not for Americans

The Internet of Things has arrived, with the Dutch and South Korea both claiming to be first. The Internet of Things will revolutionize how we do almost everything, and it has now arrived

Marshall Connolly | July 6, 2016

The Internet of Things (IoT) is the mass connection of every device in your home to the Internet. This includes devices not normally connected to anything, such as your refrigerator, your stove, your car, and so on. 
It offers unparalleled convenience. Let's say you want to prepare a special meal, but you're at work and you don't know if you have the ingredient you need. From your smartphone, you'll be able to view a list of what's in your refrigerator and know. 
[...] Today, the Netherlands and South Korea have both rolled out IoT services which will soon be available to the public. The United States remains woefully behind in this endeavor, bogged down by regulations, red tape and politics. 

As the Internet of Things makes the collection and storage of personal information near universal, there will be little we do that isn't tracked and analyzed by industry.

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<more at; related articles and links: (The “Internet of Things” Needs a Fix. The Internet of Things will remain a cumbersome wireless landscape until it finds a way to connect to us. July 1, 2016) and (Let's rein in the Internet of Things before it's too late. April 1, 2016)>

1 comment:

  1. Hello JIm,
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