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Internet of Things (IoT) is a generic term for a network of infrastructures, devices, and other objects that can interact with one another by exchanging data. These smart networks can be used, for example, to save energy, conserve resources, and for smart control of infrastructure systems.

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Nikola Thunberg
About Nikola Thunberg

I am Nikola, I care about economic strategies and their impact on the government and citizens. I like to analyze alternative economics types. I study the behavior of community-based economics, knowledge-based economics, centralized, as well as decentralized economics models.

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