Capturing business value from IoT data
From smart watches to smart cars and smart cities, we can put sensors on virtually everything around us. What will we do with all that IoT data? In this video, Kirk Borne and Michele Null discuss how artificial intelligence, machine learning and data science can help you capture more value from IoT data – to drive efficiency, differentiate services and open the door for entirely new business models.
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