There is nothing artificial about climate change. The weather patterns we see around the planet, from colossal floods to catastrophic fires to devastating drought, there is no mistaking the fact that we need to use all the resources in our technological toolbox to fight natural or human-caused disasters. One such advancement is Artificial Intelligence (AI).
The Internet of Things (IoT) is progressively important to enterprises, as these technologies improve communication and productivity in multiple industry sectors. According to Gartner, a global IT research and advisory firm, the consumer segment is the biggest user of connected things with 5.2 billion units in 2017. The information these gadgets gather will develop with
The incredible growth of the IoT landscape continues to amaze the market, as it predicted businesses around the world will likely spend about $772.5 billion on its expansion in 2018. That said, recent studies suggest the role of cybersecurity is essentially being overlooked by almost half these IoT organizations, all of whom require some degree