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08
CONSCIOUS PLANET
Distributed Intelligence
Intel: Electronics Company
Transforming Dublin Into An Urban
Internet Of Things
Volvo: Dedicated Testing Cars
Anonymously Share Road Condition
Data
PressureNET: Pooled Data From
Individuals Creates Crowdsourced
Weather Forecasts
“A new wave of consumer applications is putting big data at
everyone’s fingertips. Even as consumers worry about the
effect on their privacy of all the personal information that is
widely shared, many are finding ways to benefit from new,
readily accessible, data-rich services.”
— “How Consumers Can Use Big Data”, by Lora Kolodny. The Wall
Street Journal, March 2014.
“I see the Internet of Things having an impact in areas
where collective intelligence makes a difference to isolated
personal experience. An Internet of Things should foster
the sharing of best practices for every situation in life.”
— Florian Michaelles. Associate Director. Auto-ID Labs research
group at ETH Zurich
“Devices will more and more have their own patterns of
communication, their own ‘social networks,’ which they
use to share and aggregate information, and undertake
automatic control and activation. More and more, humans
will be in a world in which decisions are being made by
an active set of cooperating devices. The Internet (and
computer-mediated communication in general) will
become more pervasive but less explicit and visible. It will,
to some extent, blend into the background of all we do.”
— David Clark. Senior research scientist. MIT’s Computer Science
and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory.
.
www.psfk.com/real-world-web
A greater number and variety
of sensors are being embedded
into objects and devices,
creating a mobile network of
nodes for passively gathering
and broadcasting data. Through
access to a wider pool of data
that can often be communicated
and analyzed in real-time, these
sensor networks are aiding in
decision making.
08.
Distributed
Intelligence

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iq.intel.com/real-world-web 18 08 CONSCIOUS PLANET Distributed Intelligence Intel: Electronics Company Transforming Dublin Into An Urban Internet Of Things Volvo: Dedicated Testing Cars Anonymously Share Road Condition Data PressureNET: Pooled Data From Individuals Creates Crowdsourced Weather Forecasts “A new wave of consumer applications is putting big data at everyone’s fingertips. Even as consumers worry about the effect on their privacy of all the personal information that is widely shared, many are finding ways to benefit from new, readily accessible, data-rich services.” — “How Consumers Can Use Big Data”, by Lora Kolodny. The Wall Street Journal, March 2014. “I see the Internet of Things having an impact in areas where collective intelligence makes a difference to isolated personal experience. An Internet of Things should foster the sharing of best practices for every situation in life.” — Florian Michaelles. Associate Director. Auto-ID Labs research group at ETH Zurich “Devices will more and more have their own patterns of communication, their own ‘social networks,’ which they use to share and aggregate information, and undertake automatic control and activation. More and more, humans will be in a world in which decisions are being made by an active set of cooperating devices. The Internet (and computer-mediated communication in general) will become more pervasive but less explicit and visible. It will, to some extent, blend into the background of all we do.” — David Clark. Senior research scientist. MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. . www.psfk.com/real-world-web A greater number and variety of sensors are being embedded into objects and devices, creating a mobile network of nodes for passively gathering and broadcasting data. Through access to a wider pool of data that can often be communicated and analyzed in real-time, these sensor networks are aiding in decision making. 08. Distributed Intelligence

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