the internet of me noun [S]
UK ˌɪn.tə.net əv ‘miː US ˌɪn.t̬ɚ.net əv ‘miː
a system of objects with computing devices in them that are able to connect to each other using the internet and exchange personal data about their owner
eBay’s founder has invested in a startup that claims to use data aggregation to create the “internet of me” … The startup’s app collects data from its users’ social networks, including pictures and posts.
[www.wired.com 27 September 2016]
device mesh noun [S] dɪˈvaɪs meʃ
a network of electronic devices that can find information and communicate with other people and organizations using the internet
We’re still using mobile devices, but we’ve now added tablets and smart watches to the ever-multiplying list of end-points we use to access applications and information. [Analyst company] Gartner refers to this trend as ‘the device mesh’…
[www.itproportal.com 30 April 2016]
trust score noun [C] UK ‘trʌst ˌskɔː US ‘trʌst ˌskɔːr
a way of communicating with a computer to prove who you are without the need for a password
Google wants to get rid of your password. The company has proposed a system it calls “trust scores” to remove the need to remember usual numerical and linguistic credentials using a ‘Trust API’ … The API would factor in a number of personal identifiers including the way your voice sounds, facial recognition, location in relation to known Wi-Fi networks and Bluetooth devices and typing speed.
[www.wired.com 25 May 2016]
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I can’t understand this.
For a very long time i have been looking for a word that means this:
A person who is a slower learner than most students however once this student learns the procedures or the orders which he/she is learning, this student exceeds his/her classmates in performing these tasks.