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Ida Byrd-Hill

I want to change the face, literally in education. I would like to see students interacting with robots to guide their journey into the industrial internet age. There is so many potential ideas and inventions available. I want to lead the way. I created an event Automation Workz to begin the process

Gary Sorkin

Congratulations on your launching of your consortium. Certainly the industry and the Internet value proposition you are addressing needs more platforms for discussion; assuring interoperability and establishing standards. There are many groups and committees already focused on these tasks. In what way is the iic taking "ownership" of this global trend?

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