I have never liked the "Internet of things", what does it really stand for?? Internet of Life is much better
Every single step of our life will be monitored
This is creepy……
This is brillant
How is that a good thing? That's my question
Paul ChailloleauIn reply to: Richard Casey
I think, with the internet of things is that companies want to use their skills in technology to draw people towards more of their technology, which makes it unlikely for companies to want to cooperate with other companies to create compatible protocols.
Richard CaseyIn reply to: Paul Chailloleau
This is probably more negative than positive because with the creation of these connected objects "intelligent". There may be a violation of privacy by hackers or governments.
Pretty soon we won't have to bother being born, the "internet of life" will be doing all our thinking and living for us.
The future of technology and humans seems amazing.
Connected objects are our future. There are many fields where they can help us in our life like medicine, everyday life at home in the kitchen or for the temperature for example.
Humans will become so dependant on machines we'll become nothing more than their slaves.
James SweeneyIn reply to: Frank Darrel
There is literally nothing wrong with any of this. What is so bad about computers recommending you healthy food options and lowering the temperature to make your life more comfortable? Like every other piece of technology today, you can switch it off if you would really rather eat junk food and get fat and sweat in summer that badly.
I'll connect a few things, but I don't want my whole life any everything I do connected.
good explanation, I love it
This is rapidly taking a transformation from concept to reality.
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