Think of small nodes of economic activity, local economies, that are connected to each other through lines of information and communication and resource sharing. Rather than a large controlling center with outward thrusts of power and control, in a democratized economy both risk and reward is spread out over interconnecting economies. Multiply these same communicating… Continue reading Internet platforms democracy for economies
According to the GMSA, the association that represents the interests of mobile operators worldwide, 1.8 billion 5G connections will be achieved by 2025. The Internet of Things will have truly arrived on a new network. Former FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler: “In a 5G world, the Internet of Everything will be fully realized; everything that can be… Continue reading 5G Use Cases
Deep learning, big data, the cloud, and the rest of the pieces of the developing AI world are becoming familiar, being visualized by marketers who understand we need images and ideas that fit into our worldview. We already love our cars and our dogs, so falling in love with an AI personal assistant who actually… Continue reading Robots as a substitute for human proximity
The Internet of Things refers to any item or the capability of any item to be equipped with a sensor. This sensor would be able to collect data, and send it to another sensor or databank, and also be capable of taking action based on data recorded. As far as healthcare and especially residential homecare… Continue reading Residential Homecare and Healthcare IOT-Tools
Artificial neural networks have given AIs the functionality for complex problem solving and pattern recognition, and they have entered the workforce, particularly in areas of big data analysis and global finance. As we begin to interact with and study these new learning machines, interesting questions arise concerning unbiased decisions. Are they going to take on… Continue reading Do artifical networks make unbiased decisions?