All of us know the definition of IoT as “The interconnection via the Internet of computing devices
embedded in everyday objects, enabling them to send and receive data”. However the hot-word in the definition is data.
Possession of the largest cerebral cortex, relative to brain size, makes us “the fittest” in the “evolution game.” We are continuously evolving, learning more about the world than we knew previously. It is indeed a gift. Although, this unintended chauvinism has blinded us. Are we harnessing our brain power completely? How much of the total capacity are we using? Can we estimate the capability of our brain?
My eyes sparkled with merriment seeing my acceptance letter for startup semester at the University of California, Berkeley. In that moment of exuberance, I grabbed a piece of paper and prepared a bucket list. I pretty much included everything from Grizzly Peak of Berkeley to casinos of Las Vegas. It was the first time I was going to be in a foreign country and I desired to see myself as a changed person when I left. Contrastingly, ...