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Deep Learning, IoT Sensor Data…and Bats!

Deep Learning, IoT S...

At the very center of Internet of Things excitement is the sensor. Not just one sensor, mind you, but a sensor that normally would just be sending a data stream to who knows where would now have access to the information from another sensor measuring something completely different. Now imagine your entire office building awash […]

The Politics Of IoT Privacy

The Politics Of IoT ...

When it comes to the Internet of Things (IoT), most people use the security and privacy issues of IoT as a two-in-a-box item that go hand-in-hand. This means, if you don’t have security, you cannot have privacy and vice versa, right? Well, yes and no. There is a lot being said and done to secure […]

IoT Needs Net Neutrality

IoT Needs Net Neutra...

While it has now become the common understanding of the technology community that the Internet of Things (IoT) will impact every aspect of our lives and create massive value by improving processes and conserving resources, no one has started pointing at specifically how this whole “value creation” will happen, and how will it get managed? […]

The role of Constructivism in teaching Data Science for IoT

The role of Construc...

Constructivism, Data Science and Online Learning I enjoy teaching.  I teach at University level (Oxford and UPM – Madrid). I also teach young people the principles of Computer Science using Space technology using a live Satellite in collaboration with Ardusat. Over the last decade, education itself has changed with more emphasis on Online education. This allows […]

Data Science for IoT #2: Methods

Data Science for IoT...

Overview Here, we address the possible locations and types of analytics that could be applied to IoT datasets. Check out the introduction here. (Please click to expand diagram) Some initial thoughts: IoT data arises from  sensors and ultimately resides in the Cloud. We  use  the  concept  of  a  ‘Data  Lake’  to  refer  to  a repository […]

Data Science for IoT: Introduction

Data Science for IoT...

Introduction This series is based on my forthcoming book:  Data Science for Internet of Things. It is also the basis for the course I teach  Data Science for Internet of Things Course. I Welcome your comments.  Please email me at ajit.jaokar at futuretext.com  – Email me also for a pdf version if you are interested in joining the […]

Time to Cloud Hop? IT to IoT

Time to Cloud Hop? I...

Top 10 factors to consider when transitioning from IT Cloud to IoT Cloud In mid-2013, the buzzwords “The Internet of Things,” also known as the “IoT,” set the technology world on fire. As a result of this craze, a lot of products that were developed for completely different end applications changed all their marketing collateral […]

IoT and Resilient Systems

IoT and Resilient Sy...

This was originally posted on the Silicon Valley Data Science blog. We’ve recently been getting more and more questions about the “Internet of Things” (IoT), both from conference attendees and clients. What will the killer app be? Where will the value be found in a world of connected devices? How should my company be thinking […]

Picking the Perfect Hashtag w/Python

Picking the Perfect ...

Social media has fundamentally changed the way in which we interact with each other, and with the World Wide Web. Our web activities are now inherently social. We can keep in touch with close friends on facebook without ever needing to pick up a phone or get on a train. We can use twitter to […]