Like anyone who wants to keep up with IoT fashions, says freelance technology writer, Nick Booth, I spend a lot of time shopping for ideas.
Supercomputers can slaughter anyone at chess and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scanners can see right through you – but they are useless at selling themselves. With Fetch.AI they can realise their full potential, says freelance technology writer, Nick Booth.
Don’t you hate it when someone criticises your driving? Why are we going this way? Slow down! Speed up! Don’t let that car push in!
Trollhättan sounds like a typical Swedish city – beautiful, creative and progressive. Only one thing lets it down, but let’s ignore that for now, says Nick Booth.
It’s easy to envy you IoT developers, says Nick Booth: you’re pricey, you’re hot, that’s everything I’m not! With demand for Internet of Things (IoT) expertise outstripping the supply, it’s understandable if code writers rush to complete contracts and hurry on to the next. Who wouldn’t?
The IoT industry has a vision problem. The public can’t see the benefits as easily as they can picture the downsides.
It was inevitable but connected cars are prone to diddling. In an experiment to identify connected car fraud, researchers in Germany collected data from 300,000 cars. They found that 23% of Minis and 27% of E60 BMW 5 Series had experienced some form of manipulation.
This is a terrible admission for someone in the Internet of Things (IoT) industry, says Freelance writer Nick Booth, but I must confess I’ve got doubts about artificial intelligence (AI).
WKM Global, the publisher of IoT-Now.com and sister site, IoTNowTransport.com, has appointed Annie Turner to the newly-created post of Editor of IoT Now Transport.
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