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{{Quote|the combination of [[artificial intelligence]] ([[AI]]) [[technologies]] with the [[Internet of Things]] ([[IoT]]) [[infrastructure]] to achieve more efficient [[IoT]] operations, improve [[human-machine interaction|human-machine interaction]]s and enhance [[data management]] and [[data analytics|analytics]].}}
 
{{Quote|the combination of [[artificial intelligence]] ([[AI]]) [[technologies]] with the [[Internet of Things]] ([[IoT]]) [[infrastructure]] to achieve more efficient [[IoT]] operations, improve [[human-machine interaction|human-machine interaction]]s and enhance [[data management]] and [[data analytics|analytics]].}}
   
 
{{Wikipedia|Artificial intelligence of things}}
== Source ==
 
 
* Iman Ghosh, AIoT: When Artificial Intelligence Meets the Internet of Things, Visual Capitalist (August 12, 2020) ([https://www.visualcapitalist.com/aiot-when-ai-meets-iot-technology/ full-text]).
 
 
{{Wikipedia|Artificial Intelligence of Things}}
 
   
 
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