“Can IoT Save the High Street?” asks Cambridge News

Write up of IoT Forum 2016 from Cambridge News.

“The IoT forum gathered academics, entrepreneurs and investors at Robinson College to discuss the commercial potential of IoT, a connected future where devices can provide services and data to make our lives easier.

“Among the speakers on the packed two-day programme was Eva Pascoe, founder of the world’s first internet cafe (which was in Siberia, if you were wondering) who now runs a digital think tank called Cybersalon. She was commissioned by the Government to write a report on the role technology can play in stopping the falling number of shoppers using high street stores.”

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(Though the internal links are pointless – they all go to other parts of the Cambridge News website, not to other useful content).

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