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Sometime in the fall of 2030, one of our children may win the National Book Award, or perhaps a Pulitzer, for nonfiction, or fiction about this decade, technology and its impacts on a number of systems. The title of the book might be: Cranes and Praying Mantis I Am My Own Brand No Third Rails,

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“In order to be a steward of the land, I need to be profitable; in order to be profitable, I need to be a steward of the land.” Richard Seaworthy, Owner, Seaworthy Farms “When we think about ‘agriculture’, we need to think about so much more than farming. The economic impact of Ag is <$60

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“The cost (or affordability) of building security into your IoT solutions depends on a host of factors. There is no one size-fits all in securing IoT devices. Securing the IoT may have as much to do with supply-chain integrity as it does encryption, or authentication, or realtime remote control of connected, unattended devices.” Read more

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Chris Rezendes, Founder and President at INEX Advisors, speaks with Tirthankar Deb T’14 about monetizing what he predicts will be the fragmentation of the IoT marketplace.

April 9th is the 4th Annual World IoT Day – a concept dreamed up, I think, by our friend at Internet of Things Council in Europe. The point of World (or International, depending on where you read) IoT Day, is to encourage people all over the world to take a moment to gather and connect

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The people charged with defending IP positions, determining standards participation and codifying monetization strategies in tech and media markets – members of the Licensing Executives Society – are uncovering myriad opportunities and challenges in the Internet of Things — IoT. They came very close to summing it up with the need for a DRM (Digital

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