The future is here. The Internet of Things and Connected devices, including smartphones, tablets, connected TVs, appliances and many more, have arrived. Connected machines and objects in factories offer the potential for a 'fourth industrial revolution', and experts predict more than half of new businesses will run on the IoT by 2020.
We’re also seeing the rapid development of connected and autonomous vehicle technology. Many automotive companies have declared that within a decade they plan to sell some form of advanced automation—cars able to take over driving on highways or to park themselves in a garage. What are the consumer benefits, or marketing opportunities? Also, what are the technological, legal and ethical considerations?
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