iCore project results were presented recently at the RE-WORK Technology Summit in London 18-19 September 2014, a well attended event dedicated to discovering emerging technologies that will shape the future of business and society. In his invited talk, entitled Enabling a Cognitive Internet of Things, iCore Coordinator Raffaele Giaffreda introduced the project objectives and results briefly describing also some of the implemented trials. He also presented how the merge between cognitive computing and IoT is currently perceived, what advantages and disadvantages it brings, how it will impact our society if we address the current gaps to adoption. The session was concluded by a panel entitled "IoT - Sharing to Create a Disruptive Platform" moderated by Craig Hollingworth co-founder of Concirrus (a platform that facilitates adoption of IoT for businesses) and including, besides Raffaele Giaffreda also Tom Evans, founder of Bleepbleeps (a startup leveraging on connected devices for easy parenting), and Giles Price, COO of CHS Engineering Services (asset management company). More info available also from the RE-WORK Technology Summit website.