The federal government has hatched two new research projects - investigating artificial intelligence (AI) and the internet of things (IoT) technologies - in a bid to advance Australia’s knowledge and expertise in these emerging areas.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has proposed regulatory changes which will remove a technical barrier in accessing spectrum for wireless machine-to-machine links that support the Internet of Things.
The International Telecommunication Union is further developing standards for the Internet of Things by signing a memorandum of understanding with Georgia Institute of Technology, one of the world’s leading tech universities.
The Internet of Things next year will evolve to move beyond the household with an emerging consumer interaction segment, and people will turn their attention to the smartphone as an IoT sensor device, according to analysts.
Finding where the CIO role fits among all the c-suite noise and advancements in the Internet of Things and artificial intelligence are some of the biggest trends impacting business and IT, according to Deloitte’s Tech Trends 2015 report.
2014 was an eventful year for CIOs, with many starting new initiatives in mobility, wearables, machine learning and tapping into open data. Many CIOs also decided to change jobs and move to greener pastures.