Have you ever played the top-rated game PlayerUnknown’s Battleground (PUBG)? Did you know the game joined hands with a company called Minkonet to leverage Artificial Intelligence to make the process of developing reels and creating anti-cheating algorithm automatic? In the same way, the Internet of Things is something that is attracting a lot of attention. It is fascinating, and it makes people wonder if households and industries powered by IoT are possible. 50 billion devices — from TVs and smartphones, trucks and pipelines — will be linked by 2020, and the market for IoT is estimated to generate 11.1 trillion USD by 2025.
Therefore, it is easy to see that both these technologies — AI and IoT — are going to have massive impacts in the future on behaviours, structures, and transactions.
Internet of Things, in the simplest term, is when you connect your equipment, machinery, vehicles, infrastructure, and appliance with actuators, software, electronic systems, and sensors to transfer data. IoT forms a linked ecosystem to gather or transfer data, and then this data is transformed into value using AI, analytics, or machine learning. IoT is being applied in transportations, manufacturing, wearables, agriculture, homes, etc. Data has vast has 1.7 megabytes will be produced every second for each person on earth by 2020, and 99.5% of this data is never analyzed. Thus, for this complexity and amount are increasing every day, and this where AI becomes beneficial.
Let us take a closer look into how some industries and sectors are already implementing AI into IoT.
When devices detect external conditions due to any mistakes, it requires to know when and how to respond or whether to react on its own or if it needs human help. It needs decision-making abilities and intelligent learning to make smart decisions. Google uses this method in the algorithm of RankBrain.
Accurate predictions can help farmers plan the best days for harvesting or farming. Airplane or train schedules entirely rely on weather charts to accommodate unexpected weather. Businesses that depend on weather can employ resource and labor accurately. AI can assist in making more precise forecasting.
AI and IoT have a critical role to play in the future. Various factors are enforcing the increasing demand for technologies in governments and industries. Technologists, engineers, and scientists have already begun implementing the approach at multiple levels.
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Manan Ghadawala is the founder of 21Twelve Interactive which is one of the best mobile app development company in India and the USA. He is an idealistic leader with a lively management style and thrives raising the company’s growth with his talents. He is an astounding business professional with astonishing knowledge and applies artful tactics to reach those imaginary skies for his clients. His company is also recognized by the Top Mobile App Development Companies. Follow him on Twitter | Facebook | LinkedIn.