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There will be 24 billion IoT devices installed on Earth by 2020

@machinelearnbot

By 2020, more than 24 billion internet-connected devices will be installed globally -- that's more than 4 devices for every human on earth. The Internet of Things first came to us on PCs. Then it moved to smartphones, tablets, smartwatches, and TVs. This IoT revolution has the potential to change our homes, transportation, work, even our cities. But how will we arrive in this new era?


The Internet of Things is Really Only About One Thing

@machinelearnbot

I have to admit, I love the swell of Internet of Things devices and technology we're seeing right now. Smart alarm clocks that can wake you without waking your bedmate, smart showers that help you save water, a smart kettle or coffee pot you can start with your phone, a smart frying pan to alert you before you burn the eggs -- and that's all before breakfast. Some IoT devices seem silly while others seem poised to help change the world. But the one thing they all have in common is that they aren't really about the things themselves. The Internet of Things is really all about data.


The Internet of Things is Really Only About One Thing

@machinelearnbot

I have to admit, I love the swell of Internet of Things devices and technology we're seeing right now. Smart alarm clocks that can wake you without waking your bedmate, smart showers that help you save water, a smart kettle or coffee pot you can start with your phone, a smart frying pan to alert you before you burn the eggs -- and that's all before breakfast. Some IoT devices seem silly while others seem poised to help change the world. But the one thing they all have in common is that they aren't really about the things themselves. The Internet of Things is really all about data.


The Internet of Things is Really Only About One Thing

@machinelearnbot

I have to admit, I love the swell of Internet of Things devices and technology we're seeing right now. Smart alarm clocks that can wake you without waking your bedmate, smart showers that help you save water, a smart kettle or coffee pot you can start with your phone, a smart frying pan to alert you before you burn the eggs -- and that's all before breakfast. Some IoT devices seem silly while others seem poised to help change the world. But the one thing they all have in common is that they aren't really about the things themselves. Big data is all about data, while the Internet of things involves data, devices, and connectivity, but in the end, they tend to come down to the same thing.


The Top Five Reasons IoT Devices will Malfunction in 2020

#artificialintelligence

According to Juniper Research, the number of IoT (Internet of Things) connected devices will number 38.5 billion in 2020, up from 13.4 billion in 2015: a rise of over 285 percent. Consumer IoT, especially as it relates to the smart home, has received significant attention, especially because of the prevalence of online gaming, video streaming, home audio and home video security systems. With the new year on the horizon and smart home devices set to remain among the top purchases in 2020, this article focuses on the top reasons that devices are expected to malfunction over the next 12 months. IoT is rapidly becoming a transformative force, delivering the digital lifestyle to billions of people. Integrating an amazing array of smart devices with internet connectivity, the IoT market already includes more than 25 billion devices in use.