The talk is designed to promote the idea of using semantic I/O as abstraction and discusses the implications for traditional computing paradigms from doing so.
Semantic I/O Protocol (SIOP) applies this idea to allow all IoT devices to communicate with one another...More
Brian Gormanly is a Lead Engineer turned professor, he focuses on writing software in IoT, Robotics, Localization / SLAM. Software that has to deal with the physical world. He have also spent a great deal of time as a Full Stack web developer and architect particularly in the education sector. He is a practitioner of Open Source and an insatiable hobbyist and tinker. He is currently working on creating SIOP, a method of abstraction at the protocol level which separates hardware and software by semantically describing interactions between them.