It’s a future of convenience where everyday devices monitor and interact with the world without our help. A future where, yes, they can even keep track of the food that goes in and out of us.
Ideally, the Internet of Things will make our lives simpler, healthier, and more connected. Infusing technology into everyday items will bring the benefits and conveniences that this technology makes possible.
Or so the thinking goes at least.
This is an attractive idea, one that is currently turning into a multibillion dollar industry. It’s also one that is expected to exponentially explode to $185 billion by 2023 according to a recent report.
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