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    1. AI and healthcare: An analytics revolution

      AI and healthcare: An analytics revolution

      Todor Primov, life sciences product manager at Ontotext, discusses some of the ways artificial intelligence (AI) is changing the face of healthcare.

      A common joke among certain circles is that AI can be defined as “whatever we haven’t done yet”. While the current popularity of AI among investors, startups and the wider media is unparalleled, we need to retain focus on what exactly AI means, and its specific sector-based applications.

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    2. amplía))) partners with Libelium to offer its customers IoT Cloud Device Management

      amplía))) partners with Libelium to offer its customers IoT Cloud Device Management

      Libelium customers will be able to enjoy one of OpenGate’s cloud services, IoT Cloud Device Management, to manage and track all of their devices simply and securely. Madrid, July 7, 2016. amplía))), the Spanish company that has developed the OpenGate platform for IoT device management, has joined the Certified Cloud Partner Program from Libelium, a producer of wireless sensors. The partnership will allow Libelium customers to use OpenGate’s IoT C...

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    3. Research Engineer (Internet of Things)

      Research Engineer (Internet of Things)

      Job Ref: REQ00112 The School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering at the University of Essex is pleased to invite applications for the post of Research Engineer in the area of Internet of Things. The Internet-of-Things labs at the University of Essex comprise three major laboratories, the iSpace (a domestic apartment instrumented with IoT devices), the iClasroom (a high-tech teaching space instrumented with IoT technology) and the Mixed-Reality Lab (an interactive space combining physical and virtual computing technology). Research in these spaces ranges from fundamental embedded-agent and mixed-reality research through to smart-home, smart city, cyber-space and iLearning applications of the ...

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    4. The Internet of Things: The UX Challenge - SoluTree Tech Labs

      The Internet of Things: The UX Challenge - SoluTree Tech Labs

      Internet is the buzz word which has dominated every sector for good number of recent years. Lives of people have simplified due to technology in various ways and the supremacy of the devices in our existence cannot be denied. Electronic products have found presence in our daily schedule. Similarly internet also has become a part and parcel of our lives and connectivity has touched lives, even in remote areas.

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    5. Why Internet of Things cannot be just ignored?

      Why Internet of Things cannot be just ignored?

      Unlike before, everything from light bulbs to refrigerators to security systems are interconnected, and while these devices have made work- life easy, they've also created new attack vectors. Collectively these devices are termed as internet of things . Technology experts and pundits predict that these devices are poised to become more invasive than mobile phones. It'll contain sensitive data like social security numbers, banking information and who knows what.

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    6. Internet of Things Becomes Top Priority for Hitachi Research

      Internet of Things Becomes Top Priority for Hitachi Research

      Hitachi has decided to allocate major portion of its research and development budget to developments related to Internet of Things. In addition to this they also plan to open few more R&D centers outside Japan at a faster pace, as announced at Hitachi's Tokyo headquarter. The company's business model is to project it as a collaborator for innovation in the field of Internet of Things while offering various products and services. Keeping this in v...

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    7. The Internet of Things in Action

      The Internet of Things in Action

      This post originally appeared on the Smart Chicago Collaborative's blog. Glynis Startz is an Ash Center Summer Fellow working at the Smart Chicago Collaborative.

      Last month Smart Chicago wrote about civic engagement and the Internet of Things in Aberdeen, Scotland. Given the conversations & questions at the public meetings for the Array of Things project, we wanted to explore and share some examples of the Internet of Things (IoT) around the world.

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    8. Energy Efficient IoT Data Collection in Smart Cities Exploiting D2D Communications

      Authors: Antonino Orsino, Giuseppe Araniti, Leonardo Militano, Jesus Alonso-Zarate, Antonella Molinaro and Antonio Iera Journal Title: Sensors ISSN: 1424-8220 (Print) Publisher: MDPI AG Abstract Fifth Generation (5G) wireless systems are expected to connect an avalanche of “smart” objects disseminated from the largest “Smart City” to the smallest “Smart Home”. In this vision, Long Term Evolution-Advanced (LTE-A) is deemed to play a fundamental ro...

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    9. Announces Advanced Connectivity Solutions Drive Broad Ecosystem Adoption of 4G LTE Modems for IoT in Smart City, Commercial Industrial Applications

      Announces Advanced Connectivity Solutions Drive Broad Ecosystem Adoption of 4G LTE Modems for IoT in Smart City, Commercial Industrial Applications

      The Snapdragon X5 LTE modem (9x07) with All Mode capability, supports LTE Category 4 download speeds up to 150 Mbps. The MDM9207-1 modem offers LTE Category 1 support for up to 10 Mbps on the downlink, power save mode (PSM) and up to 10 years of battery life from two AA batteries.

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    10. How the ‘insecurity of things’ creates the next wave of security opportunities

      How the ‘insecurity of things’ creates the next wave of security opportunities

      More than 5 billion IoT devices were installed in 2015. Gartner estimates this will grow to 20 billion by 2020. Unfortunately, experts agree that security is not only an afterthought, but often is actively resisted and circumvented.

      IoT devices are attractive to hackers because they have very weak login credentials, are “on 24/7” and have little to no secure communication channels.

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