Everything You Need To Know About The Internet Of Things
A few months ago I wrote a post called, A Simple Explanation Of The Internet Of Things where I tried to provide some clarity around what this new connected world means for all of us. In the article I mentioned some of the driving forces behind this. "Broadband Internet is become more [...]
The Internet of Things Is Lots of Fun. Here's How to Make It Safe (Infographic)
By 2020, there will be 50 billion devices connected to the Internet. Most of them won't be secure.
Journey to AI Blog - The IBM Data and AI blog
Our world is becoming more interconnected by the day, but amid billions of connected devices—with millions more added every month—we can sometimes take for granted the convenience the Internet...
How The Internet Of Things Is Raising Your IQ? | Business 2 Community | Mobile Business News
Future for the Internet of Things In a mere 7 years, there will be anywhere from 24 to 50 billion internet connected devices. That means between 3 to 6.5 (How The Internet Of Things Is Raising Your IQ?
CES 2018: Intel's CEO Becomes First Passenger in an Air Taxi
CES 2018: Intel's CEO Becomes First Passenger in an Air Taxi Intel's partner Volocopter provided its multicopter and flew it by remote control in a hangara baby step but still a first step Image: Volocopter Brian Krzanich the chief executive of Intel became the first official passenger to ride in an air taxi when an 18-propcopterfrom Intels partner the German company Volocopter lofted him within the confines of a hangar near Munich. Krzanich showed off the video in his keynote yesterday…
Wave of the future: Terahertz chips a new way of seeing through matter
Electromagnetic pulses lasting one millionth of a millionth of a second may hold the key to advances in medical imaging, communications and drug development. But the pulses, called terahertz waves, have long required elaborate and expensive equipment to use. Now, researchers have drastically shrunk much of that equipment: moving from a tabletop setup with lasers and mirrors to a pair of microchips small enough to fit on a fingertip.
IBM's quantum computer could change the game, and not just because you can play Battleship on it
The 50-qubit quantum computer could allow for advances in materials science and machine learning, among other fields.