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Showing posts from February, 2017

The complicated nature of confusing 5G Verizon is doing a 5G test pilot in these cities. 
Ann Arbor, Atlanta, Bernardsville, Brockton, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Miami, Sacramento, Seattle, and Washington, DC.What that actually means and how Verizon defines it are unknown.  But 5G is interesting and challenging and exciting.  And coming.

What are Smart Cities and how are they actually built?

This youtube webinar goes over what is and what isn't connected in Cambridge, so it's a good primer to what might be the future of smart cities.  The bigger question becomes how do SMBs connect to this ever expanding smart world?

Andrew Ng: Artificial Intelligence is the New Electricity

Driving Digitization with Leading IoT Solutions | Jiang Wangcheng, Huawei

Dreaming of a connected Things kind of world with Analytics of Things on top of in

Analytics encompasses a few categories. At least it's been that way for quite some time now. We've all read about analytics based upon Descriptive, Diagnostic, Predictive and Prescriptive. But how does it relate to Analytics of things and the Internet of things?

     IoT & AoT is a new old world that's changing everything.  It's also aiming for a 5G and connected everything world.  An always on and connected smart world.  But is it really smart? And how is machine learning and analytics going to help improve our lives?  We don't really need more technology to automate our lives and steal our jobs and money.  That's not a connected world. That's a poverty stricken dystopian society.

   Descriptive analytics has been around for ages, even before machines and computers took over.  What we call Descriptive now was just Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing operational reporting a few years ago.   And before that it was really just standard report…