The Internet of Things (IoT) is centered around the idea of having common objects, such as cars and coffee machines, communicating to and learning from other “smart” objects in real-time over the internet. This is made possible by embedding objects with sensors and tiny computers that leverage cloud-computing technologies and artificial intelligence. Today, we are going to experiment with a few of the mainstream IoT products on the market today. Ryan Laux is going to stop by to talk about his remarkable IoT home automation setup. Finally, we will also begin learning how to develop custom IoT devices using




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