Whether you're reading industry articles about smart tags or analyst reports about inventory tracking, you've probably noticed an uptick in coverage on the adoption of IoT (and RFID) in retail. Since I've been following these topics for awhile, I've decided to dedicate a series of posts on the ways IoT can be used
Burger and fries, wine and cheese, peanut butter and jelly … some things just go better together. For organizations embarking on digital transformation, AI and IoT just go better together. These two distinct technologies; AI and IoT (or AIoT) are a natural fit. To take an analogy from the human
What’s that buzz on the power line? It’s AI, of course! But what is AIoT, you ask? It is applying artificial intelligence (AI) to data from smart devices connected by the Internet of Things (IoT). AI is the science of training systems to perform human tasks through learning and automation.
For several years now I have been talking, lecturing and blogging on the similarities and synergies between natural and technological ecosystems. There are so many examples where the best way to craft a technical solution has been to look at what nature has evolved to do over billions of years
When I ask people what they think the Internet of Things (IoT) is all about, the vast majority will say “smart homes,” probably based on personal experience. If I say that it is also about industries making using of data from sensors, then most people’s immediate reaction is to think
On the face of it, a partnership between the Internet of Things (IoT) and animals is not an obvious one. However, a number of trials and larger-scale implementations of IoT use with household pets and in farming are showing that connected ’Smudge’ and ‘Daisy’ can provide real benefits. This should
Called out as two common IT threads in my December blog post, how do artificial intelligence and automation connect with another prominent movement, the Internet of Things (IoT)? First, consider these 2017 predictions in the IDC FutureScape on IoT. By 2019, At least 40 percent of IoT-created data will be stored, processed, analyzed
Each of us is defined and shaped by a combination of our experience and our genetic makeup. The precise balance of nature and nurture is not clear, but it is probably fair to say that as we get older, experience may become more important. This is crucial to being able