Networking in the platform 1 days was a complicated affair and there were few computers that were networked. I imagined a world where when something changed in one place it would automatically be delivered to all interested parties everywhere virtually instantly. I called it the information bus and initially when we went to […]Read More Event Driven Architecture – The Basics
Here is my blog series on this IoT project to automate some key home functions using a variety of IOT devices from many manufacturers. Here is my “Buy/no buy/might buy list and IOT landscape article here” Here is my “What are the integration points for IoT article here” Here is my “Why would you […]Read More IOT : Should you do your Automation for your disparate IOT devices locally or in the cloud, review HUBS
As an enterprise architect we are faced with constructing solutions for our companies that must be implemented quickly but need to scale to almost arbitrary capacity quickly when demand materializes and must stand the test of time because it is almost impossible to rebuild enterprise applications once they are successful and in production. There are […]Read More MicroServices – Martin Fowler, Netflix, Componentized Composable Platforms and SOA (Service Oriented Architecture)
Using the Network Effect to build automation at home between IOT devices The Network effect is the value that is gained by the existence of a growing number of devices in a network. I talk about the network effect in this article. I am proposing to leverage multiple IOT devices in a coordinated way to […]Read More Why would you want to Integrate IOT (Internet of Things) devices? Examples from a use case for the home.
Update: TESLA DID NOT DO ANY OF A-E BELOW: The Tesla 6.2 upgrade will consist of improvements in managing the existing range of the car, not improve it in any way. The car will do this by: 1) Being aware of charging stations (unclear if only supercharging stations) 2) Understanding traffic, weather, elevation changes […]Read More How could Tesla eliminate “Range” Anxiety?
The IOT Landscape: How do you integrate IoT devices Let’s take an example of the devices I am talking in my review here. Here is a summary of the functionality and interoperability of a set of IoT devices: Some of the devices can be operated from a common device or app but a lot […]Read More Integrating IoT Devices. The IOT Landscape.
Telsa S’s at Supercharging station Here is my previous article on the Tesla IoT Case Study How’s it going – a year later? I have owned my Tesla for a year and it is a year since I published my first review of it as an IOT and published a list of 13 beefs with […]Read More Tesla Update: How is the first IoT Smart-car Connected Car faring?
How do current CNN compare to the scale of the human brain? We know that the human brain consists of a 21 billion neurons and somewhere between 1 trillion and 1000 trillion dendrite connections. The closest species is an Elephant which has half as many neurons as a human brain. We can therefore postulate that […]Read More Deep Learning Part 3 – Why CNN and DBN are far way from human intelligence
2010 Convolutional Neural Nets Convolutional Neural Nets operate on raw data from senses using some basic numerical techniques which aren’t that hard to understand. It is possible these same techniques are employed in our brain. Therefore the concern is that if these CNN have a similar ability to abstract things as a human brain does […]Read More Is Deep Learning going to result in human intelligence or better anytime soon? – part 2, CNN and DBN explained
Does a significant advance like the recent advances in AI presage a massive new potentially dangerous robotic world? Elon Musk Stephen Hawking, Bill Gates and others. have stated that recent advances in AI, specifically around CNN (Convoluted Neural Nets) also called Deep Learning has the potential to finally represent real AI. This is exciting and worrisome […]Read More Is Deep Learning AI going to result in human intelligence or better anytime soon – the setup?