The Internet of Things has activated an array of data sources. It's forecasted that there will be somewhere between 20 to 30 billion connected devices by 2020, thanks to IoT. But think of the data that is born from all these devices on a daily basis. Where does it go? How is it analyzed? Who analyzes it? Better yet, what's to be concluded from these bits of data floating around in the IoT stratosphere? Dr. Atilla Elci is on the job. Dr. Elci is the Professor and Chairman of the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department at Ahksaray University in Turkey. His interest in web semantics, agent-based systems, robotics, machine learning, knowledge representation and ontology, information security, and software engineering all connect to big data in some form or fashion. All these data sources weren't invented over night, as Dr. Elci suggests in this podcast installment—think of it more as inventing how they connect to each other. That's where IoT has found its success.
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