At the mention of Internet of Things (IoT), most think, oh yes, sensors and connecting devices, but in truth, it’s so much more. And often time, it’s quite difficult to explain IoT to most people.
It’s fueling innovative solutions in many areas around the world, from buildings and cities to healthcare, logistics and the family home. It’s providing for connected manufacturing, supply chains, retail, asset management and predictive maintenance. IoT also is allowing many to reimagine customer service and become solution-based enterprises.
We humans have indeed always been adept at dovetailing our minds and skills to the shape of our current tools and aids. But when those tools and aids start dovetailing back — when our technologies actively, automatically, and continually tailor themselves to us, just as we do to them — then the line between tool and user becomes flimsy indeed.” – Andy Clark
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