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Communication Corner

How to make dull information exciting

by Philip Yaffe

Fifty billions of devices will be connected by 2020, which will bring new technical challenges, specifically in data processing. Distributed intelligence, or "fog computing," might be the answer. Fog computing can provide intelligent connection of people, processes, data, and things in hierarchical IoT networks. ...


Commentary

P2P networks are inherently unstable

by Ted G. Lewis

Fifty billions of devices will be connected by 2020, which will bring new technical challenges, specifically in data processing. Distributed intelligence, or "fog computing," might be the answer. Fog computing can provide intelligent connection of people, processes, data, and things in hierarchical IoT networks. ...



Symposium

When Good Machine Learning Leads to Bad Security: Big Data (Ubiquity symposium)

May 2018
by Tegjyot Singh Sethi, Mehmed Kantardzic

Fifty billions of devices will be connected by 2020, which will bring new technical challenges, specifically in data processing. Distributed intelligence, or "fog computing," might be the answer. Fog computing can provide intelligent connection of people, processes, data, and things in hierarchical IoT networks. ...


department

First write like you speak, then write like you write

April 2018
by Philip Yaffe

Fifty billions of devices will be connected by 2020, which will bring new technical challenges, specifically in data processing. Distributed intelligence, or "fog computing," might be the answer. Fog computing can provide intelligent connection of people, processes, data, and things in hierarchical IoT networks. ...