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IoT ruins movies: Cast Away
Setting the scene: how the IoT could ruin Cast Away When I was researching Robert Zemeckis’ survival epic Cast Away, I came across a little gem of a factoid that pretty much sums up what this blog is about. Fans of the film may remember that Chuck ...
IoT ruins movies: Scream
Setting the scene So last night, prepping for Halloween, I bullied my boyfriend into watching Scream with me. Actually, I watched it (dutifully scribbling along and yelping occasionally with fright) while James calmly did a puzzle, made the ...
IoT ruins movies: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
Setting the scene – the fourth industrial revolution If you’re interested in the IoT you may have also heard of something called Industry 4.0 – otherwise known as the fourth industrial revolution. Industry 4.0 manufacturing is all about the ...
IoT ruins movies: Jaws
Setting the scene Great white sharks are back and hopefully here to stay off of Cape Cod Massachusetts. In early August, there were 6 great white sharks spotted feeding on a whale carcass near Truro beaches. The day we left Cape Cod from vacation, a ...
IoT ruins movies: Speed
Setting the scene So I have to admit – yesterday, the most I knew about 1994 action thriller ‘Speed’ was that Family Guy’s Peter Griffin thought the movie’s title was “The bus that couldn’t slow down.” So ...
Star Trek: the start of the IoT?
Happy Birthday Star Trek! It’s 50 years since the first episode aired on NBC, in which a crew of astronauts aboard the Starship Enterprise explored a fictional United Federation of Planets in the 23rd century. At the time of filming, Star Trek was...
IoT ruins movies: The Dark Knight Rises
Setting the scene Working with Watson IoT, everything starts to change. We talk about it all the time; IoT has an impact on everything from buildings to cars to the weather. As I have spent more time digging around to understand the revolution of IoT...
IoT ruins movies: Thelma & Louise
Setting the scene This time last week I was swooping through the skies in a helicopter, circling and landing in the Grand Canyon. I know what you’re thinking, what relevance does this have to the IoT and IBM? To be honest not a lot, I just ...
Cheat sheet: What is Digital Twin?
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