Context-aware computing

For those who are unfamiliar, as a subset of cognitive computing, context-aware computing represents telecommunications and computing systems that enable autonomous capture and evaluation of data from the surroundings. At the personal level, data may be collected from smartphones, automobiles, or wearable devices. At the business level, data may be collected from a variety of different types of Internet of Things (IoT) devices. In both the personal and business cases, sensors and wireless signaling are relied upon to gather data related to near-by objects, which may be directly associated with those objects and/or the ambient environment.


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