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18-20 September 2017 - Anchorage, AK

SPEAKERS:<p>Ethan Berkowitz, Mayor of Anchorage<p>Mayor Ethan Berkowitz has lived in Anchorage since 1990. He and his wife, Dr. Mara Kimmel, have two …

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05-08 February 2018 - Singapore

JAN RABEY holds the Donald O. Pederson Distinguished Professorship at the University of California at Berkeley. He is a founding director of the …

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Intel bets on a big speed boost for 8th-gen Core chips

Claiming 40 percent better performance than even last-gen CPUs, Intel is pushing 4K, VR and more.<p>Intel is very concerned that you may be using a five-year-old computer. The company claims there are at least 450 million computers still in service that are five or more years old.<p>So, one of the big …

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This smart lock fiasco proves the Internet of Stupid is alive and well

As anyone who’s traveled widely before the days of connected smart phones and GPS knows the pain when travel plans go awry and you end up at your place of accommodation only to find yourself locked out in the middle of the night.<p>It’s the stuff nightmares are made of and a thing of the past until …

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Amplifying Processes Amidst A Digital Transformation

While we witness digital transformation becoming the next big enterprise trend that will see businesses amplifying their IT strategies, the Internet …

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LattePanda Internet Of Things Mini PC Now Available To Purchase From $89 (video)

A new windows 10 mini PC has been launched this week called the LattePanda, specifically designed for Internet of Things projects, robotics and …

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Reverence for robots: Japanese workers treasure automation

MORIYA, Japan (AP) — Thousands upon thousands of cans are filled with beer, capped and washed, wrapped into six-packs, and boxed at dizzying speeds — 1,500 a minute, to be exact — on humming conveyor belts that zip and wind in a sprawling factory near Tokyo.<p>Nary a soul is in sight in this …


Blockstack announces $25 million fund to rebuild the internet for a blockchain world

Blockchain startup Blockstack is out to build a decentralized version of the internet, where users own their own data and apps live locally on your device. The idea is to free users from security breaches, platform lock-in, and a loss of control over their data.<p>Its challenge now is to get a whole …


Siemens Preaches Gospel of Manufacturing ‘Digitalization’

Siemens AG continued its push this month to unite the design and manufacturing realms into a single data model, announcing it will soon add two more …


Gartner's Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies, 2017 Adds 5G And Deep Learning For First Time

• Gartner added eight new technologies to the Hype Cycle this year including 5G, Artificial General Intelligence, Deep Learning, Edge Computing, Serverless PaaS.<br>• Virtual Personal Assistants, Personal Analytics, Data Broker PaaS (dbrPaaS) are no longer included in the Hype Cycle for Emerging …

From Isaac Asimov to Aimee Mann, 'robophobia' plagues humans

CINCINNATI (AP) — Robots are secretly plotting to kill us. Or enslave us. Or, at best, they will take our jobs, one by one.<p>From science fiction written by Isaac Asimov eight decades ago to "Dilbert" cartoons today, the relationship between robots and humans has long fascinated — and worried — …


$9 Internet Of Things Integrated Platform Unveiled

Bolt a new Internet of Things integrated platform specifically created for fast development and deployment of IoT projects has been unveiled this …

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Where the robots are

By Mark MuroWhere are the robots, exactly? One answer—if you read the steady flow of doomy articles online — is that automation is everywhere, not …


IoT Rolls Up its Sleeves

Hype for the Internet of Things is over and the hard work designing products, deployments and tacking issues like security has just begun.

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8 Critical IoT Security Technologies

The growth of IoT devices coupled with the rise in cyberattacks means that system security cannot be engineered after the design.

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Why legislation alone won’t solve the insecurity of the Internet of Things

Few people would argue that cybersecurity is in a parlous state. In the last few weeks, we’ve seen a connected car wash and fish tank hacked respectively and a smart gun unlocked and fired thanks to a magnet at the latest DefCon.<p>In response to the problem, a bipartisan group of U.S. senators has …

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11 Internet of Things Stats That Will Blow You Away -- The Motley Fool

The Internet of Things market is already huge, and it's still growing. Here's what investors should know.<p>The Internet of Things (or IoT) sounds like …

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Canonical: Businesses are struggling to hire IoT talent

Businesses are struggling to recruit skilled Internet of Things (IoT) developers, which could be slowing the deployment of enterprise IoT solutions.<p>In a report from Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu OS, 68 percent of IoT professions say they struggle to recruit employees with the right IoT …

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How IoT could benefit from Bluetooth’s new mesh specs

When the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) released the Bluetooth mesh specification in mid-July, the launch heralded something much greater than just a new wireless spec. The move formalized the latest major development in mesh technology that will increase its adoption in Internet of Things …

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Why IoT is a critical part of digital transformation | ZDNet

With the IoT market growing at a increasingly fast pace, companies need to have a plan of how they will use IoT in their business and how they will …

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These smart cities in Italy put Silicon Valley to shame

The city of the future could help you find parking, detect potholes and keep you healthier. Sicily's showing the world it can be done on a shoestring budget.<p><i>This is part of our Road Trip 2017 summer series "The Smartest Stuff," about how innovators are thinking up new ways to make you — and the</i> …

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Do Your Customers Actually Want a “Smart” Version of Your Product?

There’s been a gold rush happening in technology these last few years, focused on the Internet of Things, or IoT. It’s even frequently been referred to as “the next Industrial Revolution.” The stampede to connect anything and everything in the home to a mobile app – a stampede that I’d argue has …

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The internet is finally getting a high-speed internet lane for emergency situations

During large disasters, like hurricanes, wildfires and terrorist attacks, people want emergency responders to arrive quickly and help people deal with the crisis. In order to do their best, police, medics, firefighters and those who manage them need lots of information: Who is located where, …


Singtel to launch IoT network across Singapore by this fall

Singtel, the largest mobile network operator in Singapore, has unveiled plans to launch a nationwide Internet of Things (IoT) network for enterprise customers.<p>The network will support CAT-M1 and narrowband-IoT (NB-IoT) technologies, two of the most popular low-power, wide-area network standards in …

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Making Industry 4.0 a reality

The goal of producing smarter factories and a vision for connected industry is not just a concept – it is now a reality, and Bosch Rexroth has long been a leading player in this field, being both a pioneer and user of Industry 4.0 technologies.<p>There has been a lot of talk about Industry 4.0 but few …


Four big trends pointing to a boom in healthcare IoT

IoT growth is skyrocketing, with an annual growth rate of 23%. The number of IoT devices is on track to surpass the number of smartphones to become the largest category of connected devices by 2018. The low cost and wide availability of sensors and radios used to connect everyday objects, like …

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The End of Typing: The Next Billion Mobile Users Will Rely on Video and Voice - WSJ

The internet’s global expansion is entering a new phase, and it looks decidedly unlike the last one.<p>Instead of typing searches and emails, a wave of newcomers—“the next billion,” the tech industry calls them—is avoiding text, using voice activation and communicating with images. They are a swath of …


Zizmos Continues Its Quest to Create an IoT Earthquake-Warning Network

Earthquake-warning startup Zizmos has been surviving on contest prizes and reality TV opportunities. Next up, Kickstarter Photo: ZizmosI first met …

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