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Chris Matthieu, the creator of Skynet, a communications platform for the internet of things hopes his creation doesn’t turn out like its namesake. But after watching a video where he was able to control a fleet of three drones using a Leap Motion controller and the Skynet platform, I’m a little concerned. This platform is both simple and powerful enough, that the thought of it becoming both self-aware and vengeful is only sort of crazy.
As a side note, Kevin Tofel and I didn’t do an intro segment this week because I’ve been out sick for a few days. We’ll be back next week, but in the meantime, check out Skynet.
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Host: Stacey Higginbotham
Guests: Chris Mattieu, creator and founder of Skynet
- What is Skynet? Should I panic?
- Skynet isn’t just about device, but servers and other nodes too!
- Let’s dive into how this works.
- Using Node.red, SMS and Skynet to control the world and build a better IFTTT
- But how will this make money?
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