The Internet of Things is the interconnection of the everyday electronic objects through a local network that makes the user experience more friendly.
In a wider sense, the Internet of Things surrounds every day-to-day electrical item connected to the internet. The Internet of things makes the user interact with electronic items in a real-life environment. And by doing so, it becomes easy and quite user friendly to operate the devices. “It is all about devices, it is all about, it is all about networks and it is all about data“. The Internet of things offers us the opportunity to be more efficient in how we do things, saving time, money, and often emissions. Any tech giant in the world will accept the fact that the Internet of things is in infancy. There are significant connectivity and obvious security issues.
A report from Samsung says the need to secure the connections in a network is very important in the third decade of the 21st century. The Internet of things has set down foundations for the future of advanced Artificial intelligence. And the rapid rise of 5G has made the Internet of things a much more fast and widespread project. There’s a big difference between the Internet of Things. As we know it today and the truly massive internet of things. Which is what 5G aims to support. Artificial intelligence produces more actionable data. But, more broadly speaking there is a fundamental difference between artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things. That is the project of the Internet of Things is supposed to be working as an input to devices whereas Artificial intelligence is all about output from devices and machines.