Importance of IoT to artificial intelligence

It is useful and important to understand that how the artificial intelligence and internet of things (IoT) work together to become as important trends for the sake of the benefits of the specialists and as well as average person alike.

For the starters, IoT is able to create tremendous amounts of data. This data is also able to analyze after being captured. But for the real purpose, it is not realistic to track down the data by the human effort. Artificial intelligence plays an important role in this tracking of data by going through a process that will distill this mountain of IoT data into manageable themes.

Keeping the power on:

For the sake of checking the impressive results that occur with the combination of artificial intelligence and IoT, you can consider an example of the home thermostat. Make an assumption that it is overheated day and local power utility is facing brownouts. Traditionally the system will result in an overload situation resulting ultimately spend time and money by the staff to deal with the angry customers so that they could restore their services.

  • In the world of IoT, the utility staff is able to see that how many devices are connected to the specific system, reacting to avert a brownout.
  • Taking an example they turn everyone’s thermostat up to 3 degrees.
  • A built-in Artificial Intelligence is able to alert the utility staff to a brownout that may require and human action to avert.

The IoT system can be considered a major advancement over the non-IoT system in the world, but with an addition of artificial intelligence to it, we can have a better result not just as prescriptive but also as proactive.

Boring but important stuff:

There are also some advantages that we can find when we see the combination of IoT and artificial intelligence trends together. The combination, for example, can be seen when we see an example of system design and security. From the basic sensors to the sophisticated devices having artificial intelligence programmed in it is included in the IoT world. At this level is decided by the people that how they are going to make smart decisions while making each layer of IoT.

Conversely, Artificial intelligence is also able to make a system in which the overbuilding can be avoided. In the simple words, people are able to save money when they use more basics to the IoT sensors.

Population health management:

One of the domains where there we find a use of combination the of artificial intelligence and IoT population health management is also the one. However, the real values for the reams of the medical data organizations and companies to be collected remain elusive. In short, the combinations of this two artificial intelligence and IoT have resulted in such an exceptional result that they have changed the living standards and the health conditions of any population depending upon the situations and scenarios in which they are used.


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