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The five value drivers of Industrial IoT

The five value drivers of Industrial IoT

On November 8, 2017, Rodrigo Koxa was towed into an eighty foot wave. He was up on his board within seconds of his release, gliding in front of an avalanche of water. That day he set a record for the biggest wave ever surfed. The very same day another surfer was...

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Podcast episode 17: 5G network slicing and Industry 4.0

Podcast episode 17: 5G network slicing and Industry 4.0

About FuturithmicIt is our mission to explore the implications of emerging technologies, seeking answers to next-level questions about how they will affect society, business, politics and the environment of tomorrow. We aim to inform and inspire through thoughtful...

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When will air taxis be ready for takeoff?

When will air taxis be ready for takeoff?

Plans are underway in the next decade to make ride-hailing a reality in the skies with air taxis, as startups and established vendors look to do something about urban gridlock. Cities are trying to reduce congestion by clearing streets wherever possible. San Francisco...

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Critical IoT vs Massive IoT: How to spot the difference

Critical IoT vs Massive IoT: How to spot the difference

By now, you’re familiar with the term the Internet of Things (IoT), which relates to the connectivity of many machines of different magnitudes – from connected smart speakers to massive automated businesses and cities. And with 5G driving the future of IoT, we need to...

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Self-driving cars are coming, but you may not own one

Self-driving cars are coming, but you may not own one

Long before the arrival of self-driving cars, there was, of course, the elevator. Elevators transformed how humans physically move through buildings and through cities, eventually eliminating the need for human operators altogether.  There have been similar...

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Edge AI is the next step to ambient computing

Edge AI is the next step to ambient computing

If you’re a smartphone user in North America, chances are good you’re being inundated with spam calls on a daily basis.  Google, for one, believes that artificial intelligence will be a big part of the solution to this problem, which is why the search giant began...

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Tough call: Why marketing 5G to consumers is a hard sell

Tough call: Why marketing 5G to consumers is a hard sell

“Cool!” my husband exclaimed after hooking up the combination router/modem unit we’d just bought. “Now we have 5G!” To which I thought, “Um…no.” As a tech journalist, I knew there was definitely no chance that consumer 5G service had arrived in North America. Yet here...

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