Living with Machines that Learn in The Internet of Everything
Wednesday March 2, 2022 - 6:00 PM GMT+2 - Duration: 60' - Language: English
Presenters: Mr. Pantelis Kaplanoglou, Adjunct Instructor (Computer Science)
A part of our everyday life is spent on the World-Wide-Web 2.0, inside a “social” internet that people are connecting with people. We already have “things”, other than a computer, that are connected to each other in an Internet of Things (IoT), a “machine” internet. Imagine a near future where these things are becoming more intelligent, silently present everywhere around us and available at any time. These machines will be able to learn from the data in the real world, having a type of Artificial Intelligence (AI) that is called Machine Learning. In this future, we would not simply connect to things, because these and the internet itself would be part of our environment.
Do you feel anything artificial when you walk on a paved road, or you pass above a bridge? Exactly like these man-made structures became part of our world, we will start living with intelligent machines, so they could help us improve various aspects of our lives. The Internet of Everything will be a network of humans, machines, and data. It will be the next major milestone in the history of Computing, realizing the 20- year-old vision of Ubiquitous Computing. There will be new opportunities for Computer Scientists to create disruptive innovations. Especially after the major progress in Deep Learning, that allows us to truly make a thing “smart”.