All gadgets may now be connected to the Internet, and the Internet of Things (IoT) has also made it simple for devices to talk with one another. Human intervention has decreased because of this technology.
Anything from watches to mobile phones to home appliances to industrial machinery can be considered gadgets.
These gadgets have a sensor and a chip with software built right in.
So, it’s safe to state that IoT has greatly improved user comfort. In the realms of medicine and agriculture, it has established its value. IoT still has some issues, though.
You may read about the drawbacks of IoT in this post. So let’s continue our little discussion of them.
What are the disadvantages of IoT?
- Security and Privacy
- Increased unemployment
- Too Much Dependency on Technology
- Lose life control
Despite the many pleasures IoT offers, some of the above discomforts continue to render IoT unreliable. People and society will suffer significantly if these problems are not fixed.
The government should take action to involve the populace in the development of technology.