Pricing and processing data far from the Cloud: Carlee Joe-Wong on the economics of the IoT
The Internet of Things (IoT), mobile networks, and edge devices have become integral to daily life. Plenty of devices have enough computing power to process large amounts of data far from a centralized entity like the cloud. Computing this way offers faster networks and smart buildings.
Your smart home may soon have a smarter way to pair your devices
Jun Han, a CyLab researcher and recent Ph.D. graduate in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at Carnegie Mellon’s Silicon Valley campus presented a study titled "Do You Feel What I Hear? Enabling Autonomous IoT Device Pairing using Different Sensor Types" at the IEEE Security & Privacy Symposium in San Francisco.
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