On an ordinary day in 2019, you can follow your baby and baby-sitter in the house from your smartphone every moment. With the smart watch on your arm, you can measure your heart rate and ECG and send it to your doctor's computer in seconds. Let's say your vehicle or your house was the target of thieves. Thanks to the signals sent by the smart security system to the police and to your phone within seconds, you can bring thieves to justice without moving your finger. You can set the temperature of your home when you leave work through the application on your smartphone, or even start cooking in your oven without going home. Compared to the times when these opportunities were not available, we live a very comfortable life, right? Moreover, what the Internet of Things offers us is not limited to these. Today, a “smart fork” can alert you if you eat too fast...
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