IoT podcast: When devices can talk, will they conspire against you?

The SmartThings hub

Alex Hawkinson lives in the smartest house around. As the CEO of SmartThings, a company building a hub and cloud service for the internet of things, he’s playing with connected toys all the time and trying to get them to work together. In this podcast, we talk about SmartThings, how we may one day program our fridge door to lock if we don’t meet our fitness goals and how your smart house could foil your future surprise parties.

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Show notes:
Host: Stacey Higginbotham

  • Why we need a “physical graph” for our stuff online
  • Hawkinson’s crazy smart house that stalks him throughout the day
  • What kind of privacy and security can we expect in a connected home?
  • The cool things we can do when we connect everything and that data is open

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