IoT frameworks to enable interoperability in the smart home creating more problems rather than solving them

Today, the smart home is not an intelligent entity; it is more of a collection of separate smart home devices that several companies (e.g. Nest, Samsung) and groups of corporations are trying to integrate to make them work seamlessly. From the various recent efforts we have been covering, first w...

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