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Public Trust is Crucial for the Success of the Internet of Everything by Chris Long

The rapid adoption, growth, and spread of the Internet of Everything (IoE) is inevitable. But even as we see massive growth in IoE, we must also acknowledge and work to mitigate the considerable risk associated with these advances. Reliable security and continued "public trust" in IoE are fundamental to the success of the IoE revolution.    Read More

Wearable to Aware-able: Contact, Connection, Context (Cisco Blog, Dave Evans)

Since the dawn of time, humans have been motivated by an innate desire to be connected to each other and to information. Today, we are seeing this need satisfied as the Internet of Everything (IoE) evolves to connect more people, process, data and things than ever before. An essential part of the growth of the Internet of Everything will depend on how mobile devices, connected things and wearable technology adapts and develops to become more aware and intelligent.    Read More

Cisco's Padmasree Warrior Briefs Hill Staff on Internet of Everything

On June 5, 2014, CPPI hosted a roundtable on the Internet of Everything with Cisco's Chief Technology and Strategy Officer Padmasree Warrior and Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA) on Capitol Hill. Warrior discussed how the next era of the Internet will impact a variety of sectors including healthcare, education, and agriculture.
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Illustration depicting the layers of the LED device. // Source: McAlpine Research Group

First 3D LED printer could print heads-up-display contact lenses (CNET)

November 23, 2014

Here's a hypothetical question: would you rather have a head-up display on glasses or a contact lens?

If you answered "contact lens", the bad news is that you may be waiting some time. But the good news is that it just got a little more feasible, with the invention of the world's first 3D printer that can print LEDs.

The team, led by Michael McAlpine at Princeton University's McAlpine Research Group, has successfully used its printer to 3D-print quantum dot LEDs -- LEDs that are considered the next step up from OLED. QLEDs shine brighter and with purer colour, at a lower power consumption rate, using cadmium selenide nanocrystals. They're also ultrathin, flexible and transparent -- like, for instance, contact lenses.

Climate fund receives $9.3bn pledge
November 20, 2014
(BBC News) - Thirty nations meeting in Berlin have pledged $9.3bn (£6bn) for a fund to help developing countries cut emissions and prepare for climate change. The Green Climate Fund w...

States Turn to Data to Hit Back at Fraudsters
November 20, 2014
(Stateline) - Despite the vast databases of personal, business and other information that states possess, only a few states are starting to leverage them in a strategic, big data way t...

Print Thyself: How 3-D printing is revolutionizing medicine
November 20, 2014
(The New Yorker) - In February of 2012, a medical team at the University of Michigan’s C. S. Mott Children’s Hospital, in Ann Arbor, carried out an unusual operation on a three-month-old bo...

IBM's Watson gets new coworkers
November 20, 2014
(CNBC) - IBM's Watson is getting some new co-workers. The tech giant recently went on the hunt for talent to help boost its super computing system, which defeated "Jeopardy" champ...

Matsui: FCC's AWS-3 Auction Has Secured FirstNet Funding
November 20, 2014
(Broadcasting & Cable) - Rep. Doris Matsui (D-Calif.) Thursday applauded the runaway success of the FCC's AWS-3 spectrum auction, particularly given that it has raised enough to pay for the First...

EHRs continue to be a challenge for HHS
November 20, 2014
(Healthcare IT News) - A report from HHS' Office of Inspector General outlines the top challenges faced by the Department of Health and Human Services in FY 2014. Among them: meaningful use and...

Internet of Things Helps Buffalo, Other Cities with Snow Removal
November 19, 2014
(Government Technology) - Boston, Minneapolis and Buffalo are some of the municipalities harnessing the power of GPS sensors and machine-to-machine communication to modernize snow removal practice...

Federal Private-Pension Safety Net Running $62 Billion Deficit
November 18, 2014
(Wall Street Journal) - The federal government’s safety-net program for private pensions is running a near $62 billion long-term deficit, largely due to long-standing problems in a type of pensi...


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