Category: AI


The 7 August Recap

A recap of the week’s telecoms talking points. Facebook AI programmers had a bit of a brain-fade as they allowed one of its AI applications to invent its own, more efficient use of English. Deutsche Telekom has shown that you have to spend money if you want to make money. And in the US, the FCC is back up to full strength with the appointment of two Commissioners, Brendan Carr and Jessica Rosenworcel.

Musk disses Zuckerberg over knowledge of AI

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has given Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg a very public b*tch-slap over Twitter, accusing the social media guru of not knowing much about the future of AI.

ARM says we’re A-OK with AI

New research commissioned by ARM has highlighted that the tide might be turning in the acceptance of artificial intelligence, not only in the industry but in the wider world.

Verizon jumps on the AI-security bandwagon

Verizon’s venture capitalist arm has started throwing its weight around the security arena, pumping cash into artificial intelligence start-up SparkCognition.

The Recap – TechXLR8 special

Scott and Jamie report from the TechXLR8 show in London. For Jamie it’s been all about artificial intelligence, with opinion divided about both the potential benefits and threats of letting the machines take over. Meanwhile Scott has been exploring the point of 5G and whether anyone’s ever going to make any money out of it.

The good, the bad and the confusion of AI

At TechXLR8 this morning, we were treated to a feast of information concerning the growing world of AI. Swisscom dealt with the confusion, Microsoft the good and Deutsche Telekom the bad.

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Polls

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