For some time now, futurists have imagined an "Internet of things" where everything from vehicles to appliances are part of one big network. Two decades ago, it seemed like a fanciful idea. Today, it looks inevitable. All the pieces are in place, and some of them are already connected.
A new report from the Pew Research Center Internet Project and Elon University’s Imagining the Internet Center looks further ahead to 2025, and asks how things will have moved on by then. Its conclusions--summarized below--are based on responses from 2,551 people, both Internet "experts" and members of the public.
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