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The data these devices produce across so many in-depth connections is the fuel for powerful digital applications, from weather prediction systems to smart buildings that regulate their own climates to self-driving cars.
The data from the smart micro-vehicles can be used to slow a scooter down, minimize congestion or lock out people who don’t follow local transportation rules.
The ultimate goal is to create an ecosystem of apps that allow for what Mayer describes as “smart, small-scale sharing.”
For example, at Samsung Ads, the approach is to leverage ACR data from more than 50 million smart TVs.
Whether you work at a brand, a publisher or an agency, you’ll receive regular insights that will help you make smarter decisions at your job and in your career.
Technologies recently being explored include solar and energy-harvesting roads, charging lanes for electric vehicles, smart streetlights, and reducing carbon-related emissions from construction materials.
For instance, such techniques might make it much easier to understand the intentions behind the actions of a smarter-than-human system.
Human brains are the smartest form of intelligence that we have today.
Pro-innovation business leaders and technologists should therefore worry less about new regulations slowing down progress and instead work on developing the smart regulations required to speed it up.
For that reason — and to avoid the subsequent problem with George’s painting skills — your neighbor would have been smarter to come to you for a recommendation.
MISS MANNERS: HANDYMAN CAN’T DO IT ALL — AT LEAST NOT WELLJUDITH MARTIN, NICHOLAS MARTIN, JACOBINA MARTINNOVEMBER 5, 2020WASHINGTON POST

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