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We’ve invented technology that expands our awareness. The technology that allows us to connect everyday objects to the Internet is known as the Internet of Things (IOT). Daniel Prices discusses the future of IOT technology, the network of social devices; what should we be excited about, and what should we watch out for? He identifies four principles of IOT to help us understand what this might mean to our everyday lives: IOT is a social network, IOT enables our environment to know us, IOT will change our concepts of ownership, and IOT must have trust as it’s foundation. Daniel is the CEO of Breadware, a Reno-based electronics design and sourcing company that partners with organizations to help them launch new IoT (Internet of Things) products. Daniel has spoken at multiple national IoT conferences, including IoT World in Santa Clara and IoT Evolution in Las Vegas, on the industrial shifts that are being brought about by the Internet of Things. Daniel is particularly interested in the IoT-related changes that he is seeing in corporate business models, product development philosophies, and university curricula.
Daniel is a Rhodes scholar and holds an MBA and Masters in Biomedical Engineering from Oxford University. Daniel graduated summa cum laude from University of California at Berkeley with BS degrees in Bioengineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx