AIoT: the lowdown

What is AIoT and what can it do? Those are the questions we’re tackling in today’s blog.

Essentially, we’re talking about the convergence of artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT). They are independent technologies which are transforming myriad industries around the world – but combine them, and we enter a new era of continually learning, self-correcting systems, powering industrial automation on a scale we have never seen before. As Forbes has reported, ‘while IoT is the digital nervous system, AI becomes the brain that makes decisions which control the overall system’.

Combining AI with the IoT means that the power of machine learning and artificial intelligence can be brought to bear on the vast amount of data generated by a typical IoT ecosystem – and in turn, that IoT ecosystem can be enhanced and optimised over time, thanks to the insights generated by the AI. In theory, it should work as a powerful symbiotic system, the IoT generating the data for AI to feed on, and the AI then passing back tangible instructions and improvements to the IoT.

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