ThingWorthy
IoTPlaybook Insight: Black Box got its start selling cables with mismatched connectors and the boxes to connect them. Now they link bigger things. Hello, Connected Buildings, a suite of products and services that make smart IoT buildings even smarter.
TraceX-Contact Tracing & Social Distancing Ecosystem
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How-To
A wearable band and iOS app to trace contacts, enable social distancing, report active cases, and inform potential exposure by an instant alert.
ICYMI through November 12, 2018
News
Back when we all had manners, people used to send gifts to those they offended. Today that’s dwindled down to the sitcom stereotype of husbands bringing flowers to wives they’ve insulted yet again.
Ultimate Cough Recognition: How Dangerous is Coughing?
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How-To
A convenient, wearable device used in everyday life in order to keep your chances of getting COVID-19 low through cough detection.
ThingWorthy
IoTP Insight: IoT integrators in the fleet, container, and logistics industries already know how valuable IoT devices that track assets have become. Carriers are optimizing cell networks to support asset tracking, and 5G promises to help even more.
5 of the best artificial intelligence use cases
Article
“The number of systems will continue to increase at an even larger rate as corporations acquire more AX expertise and feel more comfortable about its application. More systems which capture scarce expertise and make it available throughout the organization will be created.
ICYMI through November 12, 2018
News
In this modern Bizarro World, kids are back in school but still at home. Lucky for us, the cloud via the internet powers remote computing today. Can you imagine doing this in the 1980s?
Build a Rover Combining Azure Sphere Security and FreeRTOS
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How-To
Learn how to integrate a real-time FreeRTOS application running a timing-sensitive ultrasonic distance sensor with Azure Sphere security.
Securing the Edge
Article
Edge computing solutions are highly powerful and highly vulnerable. Here’s how to protect them. 
AGI, artificial general intelligence, the AI bubble and more: Q&A with Toby Walsh
We seem to be in the middle of what you could almost call an AI bubble.

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