Internet of All Things

Internet of All Things

Dataism declares that the universe consists of data flows, and the value of any phenomenon or entity is determined by its contribution to the data processing.

Dataism thereby collapses the barrier between organism and machines and expects electronic algorithms to eventually decipher and outperform biochemical algorithm.

Human History in 4 Stages

  • Cognitive Revolution: made humans connect in vast numbers giving them advantage over other species on earth
  • Agricultural Revolution: enabled the demographic growth generating dense local cities. Peasants, priests, physicians and others produced more novel ideas that few hunter gatherers living together could have explored
  • Industrial & Economic Revolution: helped human bond together to form kingdoms via money and power
  • Scientific Revolution: spearheaded globalisation moving gradually from the early days of explorers and traders to an interconnected and free world

Evolution of Machines in 4 Stages

  • Simple machines: The principle of mechanical advantage resulted in simple machines – wheel, lever, pulley, screws and others. These machines transformed the way we use energy
  • Steam power: A variety of simple machines along with power sources launched the industrial revolution
  • Electricity: The invention of electricity made machines bond together in an assembly line for mass production, forming large factories
  • Automation: Since the early computers and the automation era, machines now connect and cooperate freely.

Individuals, animals, objects and stock exchanges are all algorithms that comprise different methods of processing data. With the immense flow of data, the human brain will find it difficult to process all this data into information, let alone knowledge or wisdom. Everything will be connected to the internet. Data will be uploaded and different algorithms will be processed into information, knowledge and wisdom. 

Google may control our routes, Facebook may suggest our life partner, devices will know when to start or stop, every machine or factory may have a Twitter account, doctors may soon use augmented reality-based glasses to operate and much more to come. It's not IOT or IIOT, but the IOAT – Internet of All Things

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  • Remy Gagan

    I prefer IoT it's much shorter and convenient for me

  • Dzhoy Zuckerman

    IOAT depicts much better the pending Internet 2.0

  • Andrew M

    The next stage of our evolution is that we will be controlled by machines

  • Finn Johnson

    I like how you went through every single step, hooked to know what's next.

  • John Wayne

    What if our devices turn against us??

  • Peter Mogensen

    My sofa is currently feeling a bit depressed, so it has decided to seek the chair's advice

  • Ethan Gan

    IOAT is the future

  • David Rovi

    I can’t think of anything worse than my home appliances gossiping about me somewhere out there on the cloud.

  • Patrick Marshal

    It's getting to a point where humans will be a burden.

  • Yes, if Human couldn't do things differently or better. Need to teach soft skills to kids - Creativity, team work, care of others and abstinence of machines for some time...

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Shiv Shanker Singh

Tech Guru

Shiv is a Senior Tech Executive who is focused on digital strategy, transformation, IOAT and the next generation of technologies. He has an intensive experience working with various markets in Asia, Middle East and Africa. Shiv holds a BSc in Electrical Engineering from G. B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology and a PGDM in Marketing from the S.P. Jain Institute of Management & Research. He also recently completed a Strategy in the Age of Digital Disruption program at INSEAD.

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