Experts argue about whether the IoT needs humans

Stuart Sumner
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Experts argue about whether the IoT needs humans

Panel at IPExpo disagrees about the need for humans in an interconnected world

Experts at the IPExpo conference argued recently about the value of humans in the age of the Internet of Things (IoT). Some said that the IoT is about providing data for people to analyse, while others...

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