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iq.intel.com/real-world-web 22 CONSCIOUS PLANET Anticipated PSFK Real World Web Report on the Internet of Things

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CONSCIOUS PLANET
Anticipated Action 10
Honda: Prototype Care Syncs With
Traffic Lights To Ensure Continuous
Traffic Flow
Tvilight: Street Lights Activate Only
When People Are Nearby
10.
Anticipated
Action
As sensors gather and analyze
collected data from their owners
they’re moving away from being
reactionary to anticipatory
systems to deliver experiences
and actions against future needs
and behaviors. Researchers
and engineers are designing
self-awareness into systems
and sensors that allow them
to work together in tandem to
automatically respond to stimuli
for greater safety and efficiency.
Ginger IO: Algorithm Detects Early
Signs Of Depression By Monitoring
Phone Behavior
“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
“By 2020, component costs will have come down to the
point that connectivity will become a standard feature,
even for processors costing less than $1. This opens up
the possibility of connecting just about anything, from the
very simple to the very complex, to offer remote control,
monitoring and sensing,”
— Peter Middleton. Research Director. Gartner.
.
“If there is a way to more efficiently distribute parking, based on an understanding when
someone is looking for parking, based on the current context as well as historical context, it
could have a huge impact. It seems simple but would have a massive impact on transportation
overall and the management of a city in terms of how people within that city move about.”
— Jennifer Healey, Researcher, Intel Labs
INTEL EXPERT

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iq.intel.com/real-world-web 22 CONSCIOUS PLANET Anticipated Action 10 Honda: Prototype Care Syncs With Traffic Lights To Ensure Continuous Traffic Flow Tvilight: Street Lights Activate Only When People Are Nearby 10. Anticipated Action As sensors gather and analyze collected data from their owners they’re moving away from being reactionary to anticipatory systems to deliver experiences and actions against future needs and behaviors. Researchers and engineers are designing self-awareness into systems and sensors that allow them to work together in tandem to automatically respond to stimuli for greater safety and efficiency. Ginger IO: Algorithm Detects Early Signs Of Depression By Monitoring Phone Behavior “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 “By 2020, component costs will have come down to the point that connectivity will become a standard feature, even for processors costing less than $1. This opens up the possibility of connecting just about anything, from the very simple to the very complex, to offer remote control, monitoring and sensing,” — Peter Middleton. Research Director. Gartner. . “If there is a way to more efficiently distribute parking, based on an understanding when someone is looking for parking, based on the current context as well as historical context, it could have a huge impact. It seems simple but would have a massive impact on transportation overall and the management of a city in terms of how people within that city move about.” — Jennifer Healey, Researcher, Intel Labs INTEL EXPERT

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