So, what is the Internet of Things?
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Just imagine how it would be if all of the objects you own and pass by would be connected to a sort of new internet.
Billions of objects would be connected through this network to us humans, adding a lot of possibilities to both our daily and long-term ways of thinking and acting.
Straight from Rob Van Kranenburg's words: 'A near invisible network of radio frequency identification tags (RFID) is being deployed on almost every type of consumer item. These tiny, traceable chips, which can be scanned wirelessly, are being produced in their billions and are capable of being connected to the internet in an instant. This so-called ‘Ambient intelligence’ promises to create a global network of physical objects every bit as pervasive and ubiquitous as the worldwide web itself.'
1. It's a simple concept: users defined their rights when the internet was born, and it will have to happen once again. This is the main issue to face.