Category: AI


The Telecoms.com Podcast: Dirty data

Scott and Jamie are joined by Ray from Light Reading and the team start by reflecting on the amount of moaning the impending UK 5G auctions have caused. They then ponder how little control we have over our digital live and ask whether there should be a limit on the power of the dominant digital utilities. Lastly Ray derides dirty data, which is bad, naughty and needs to be thoroughly spanked to teach it a lesson, prompting one of Scott’s paranoid AI tangents.

ZTE OKs CSP AI FTW

Kit vendor ZTE wants to help communications solution providers get better at artificial intelligence with a new unified AI platform.

Most of us are worried about AI rules

With every technological breakthrough there needs to be updates to the rules, and the UK general public think the government needs to pull the finger out when it comes to AI.

Taiwan goes in big on the AI craze

The Taiwanese Ministry of Science and Technology has put its money where its mouth is to make a mark on the world of artificial intelligence with a NT$16 billion (£410 million) investment.

But what about the human cost of automation?

New research from recruitment agency Robert Half has outlined the jobs which are under threat from automation, but when are we actually going to talk seriously about the dark side of 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.

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