The Internet of Things (IoT) is a term used to describe the interconnectivity of everyday objects, such as cars, home appliances, and medical devices, with the internet. IoT is revolutionizing the way we use technology and is becoming an integral part of our lives. As the technology advances, more and more services are being offered by IoT. However, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is not a service of IoT.
IoT is a network of physical objects (also referred to as ‘things’) connected to the internet. These objects are embedded with sensors and software that enable them to collect and exchange data with other connected devices and systems. The data collected is then used to improve efficiency, cost-effectiveness, and customer experience.
IoT creates an environment of smart, connected things that can communicate with each other and the internet. This allows us to monitor and control them remotely, making everyday tasks easier and more efficient. Some of the services offered by IoT include remote monitoring, real-time analytics, automation, connected devices, smart home/building, asset tracking, predictive maintenance, and location-based services.
AI is a field of computer science that focuses on creating intelligent machines that can think and act like humans. AI is used in many fields, such as robotics, natural language processing, image recognition, and machine learning. However, AI is not a part of IoT and cannot be embedded into an IoT device. This is because AI requires more sophisticated algorithms and processing power than IoT, and it is not feasible to embed AI into an IoT device.