Many jobs will be replaced not just by IoT but by the rise of the application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in our everyday living, from smart cars, Internet-wired security systems, to fertility-measuring breeding devices.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) will change the world around us. Labor will no longer be scarce; it won’t force us to focus on the strictly necessary and forego pursuing the things that high labor costs have prohibited.
IoT opens up a broad spectrum of new potential applications, ranging from intelligent building technology, automated lighting or energy management, intelligent manufacturing systems and optimized solutions for inventories, logistics and supply chain management to remote monitoring of patients’ vital data.
Connectivity driven by IoT has created scope for improvements in healthcare, agriculture, energy, natural resource management, and operational efficiency – which have been highlighted specifically in the UN’s sustainable development program.