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Keeping up with IoT News from Asia and around the World

Keeping up with IoT News from Asia and around the World

September 21, 2017

Every week, we bring you the best IOT news from Asia and around the world.  This week, technology is helping the less able. With Japan’s driverless buses (video) and innovation in healthcare, the opportunities are just starting to be explored.

How technology is transforming home healthcare – information-age.com

In General:

Cellular Puts IoT on Speed Dial – eetimes.com

IoT Drives Growth Strategies – marlinfinance.com

Are You Ready For The Internet Of Things? – huffingtonpost.com

Growing Influence of Internet of Things – huffingtonpost.com

How Technology & IoT Is Disrupting The Trucking & Logistics Sector – Inc42.com

AI:

How Robots, IoT And Artificial Intelligence Are Transforming The Police – Forbes.com

The Amazing Ways Coca Cola Uses Artificial Intelligence And Big Data To Drive Success – Forbes.com

What could AI regulation look like? – technative.io

IBM is Modeling New AI After the Human Brain – Futurism.com

Artificial intelligence pioneer says we need to start over – Axios.com

Smart things:

Created interface to connect the human brain to the Internet – micetimes.asia

Meet the really cheap Google Home Mini and really expensive Chromebook Pixel 3 – arstechnica.com

Reinsurance Giant Embraces Autonomous Car Tech – Bloomberg.com

UK police forces double smart device numbers to drive efficient work styles – information-age.com

Wi-Fi and the city: wirelessly supporting the growth of smart deployments – telegraph.co.uk

Mainstream Accessibility for Smart Devices – Techwell.com

How to link and unlink smart device services from the Google Home app – androidcentral.com

Security:

New alliance advocates the blockchain to improve IoT security, trust – ZDNet.com

Why chipmakers are taking IoT security Into their own hands – networkworld.com

How Smart Devices Could Violate Your Privacy – rollingstone.com

 

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