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in the age of IoT!

While everything around is connected and is always exchanging information, Geekflare newsletters attempt to keep you updated with everything new in the world of IoT.

Why Geekflare IoT Newsletters?

On this journey of technological revolution, we have indeed come a long way, from the days of having massive, room-sized computers to perform basic tasks to having a nanochip tracking more than 10,000 health parameters each second. While all this and more sound like nothing short of a miracle, there’s a lot more to it.

That’s when the devices started to become smart enough to understand our voice commands, connect amongst themselves, and even respond to our neural signals. That’s what the world of IoT (the Internet of Things) is all about. The smartest age of the internet ever has dawned over civilization. As machine learning becomes more evolved, the day is not far when machines will become as smart, efficient, and understanding as humans are. Science fiction will no longer be fiction in the future, thanks to the massive amount of research that is being conducted in this field on a daily basis. 

We, at Geekflare, curate articles to cover similar topics about artificial intelligence, IoT, and the smart future to help you stay up to date with the latest capabilities of technology.

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Geekflare has proven to be a true companion, providing excellent information and resources through their IoT newsletters. Their information goes above and beyond. The new age of technology is here, and Geekflare's newsletters shed light on the topics of enriched reality through IoT. 

Blake Alderson
Machine Learning Engineer

I am really glad to have subscribed to Geekflare’s IoT newsletters. We hear tonnes of news in bits and pieces about how machines are taking over the world and the binary nature of its consequences. Geekflare’s newsletters put all these parts together and present them in the most understandable form.

Julie Crouch

The age of the IoT is revolutionary. My inability to cope with the developments was the major hurdle for me to excel in the workplace. But that changed when I subscribed to the Geekflare newsletter. Their information is to-the-point and almost real-time. It is a must-recommended newsletter.

Nelson Bright