Connected Things 2020: MIT Enterprise Forum Cambridge
The MIT Enterprise Forum Cambridge’s Connected Things 2020 conference will gather together corporate and startup leaders to uncover the opportunities and challenges at the intersection of IoT (Internet of Things) and AI/ML (Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning).
–Jonathan Ballon, Vice President, Internet of Things Group, Intel
–Dr. Shane Rooney, Executive Director, IoT Networks, GSMA
–Gabi Zijderveld, Chief Marketing Officer, Affectiva
The value and potential of IoT and AI are undeniably linked. IoT has progressed far beyond simply connecting “things” to networks. Billions of connected sensors are now producing the vast amounts of data needed to train the machines and make AI better. Using AI in both enterprise and consumer IoT applications can further its utility by enhancing the ability to optimize and automate processes, perform predictive maintenance, save money, and create better customer experiences.
In the next 20 years, the combination of these powerful technologies will turn vast amounts of data into something useful, driving what we’re calling “Insight Driven Computing.” These insights can be used to make autonomous driving safe, allow consumer IoT devices to securely work together, and make smart cities smarter.