Overview of the Smart Internet
The aim of this chapter is to introduce the key characteristics of the Smart Internet, envisaged as addressing the current problems reviewed in the introduction to Part 1 of this book. After introducing the key principles of the smart internet, a distinction is made between smart interactions, and smart services, each of which are then dealt with in Parts 2 and 3 of the book.
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