The Internet of Things (IoT) is a state in which physical objects (things), including humans, are connected via an identifier such as a micro-chip. This will serve the communication among those things, closing the gab between the real and the virtual world and creating smarter processes and structures that can support us without needing our attention. It can be compared to the digital connection on the internet.

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