Category: AI


Bringing internet to the other half of the world

Low internet penetration is particularly acute in the developing countries. While 81% of the population in the developed world are already using the internet, only 45% in the developing countries can do so.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Live, Latin fibre and telco AI

This week’s pod features the usual suspects but in a novel environment, the lobby of the Montcalm Marble Arch hotel. Our intrepid podders were between events, having just finished the inaugural Telecoms.com LIVE event with the Glotel Awards evening to come. They start with a recap of the event, move on to fibre innovation in Latin America and conclude with a review of the recent Telco AI Summit event.

Is AI over hyped in the telecoms space?

At an industry event today, a panel of experts revealed the level of artificial unintelligence the industry has to offer. Is AI just a buzz word? Is it a trend that doesn’t live up to its punchy abbreviation? The topic came up during an executive panel with the theme: Assessing AI’s application in the telecommunications […]

China switches on 5G

The world’s largest mobile market has gone live with its 5G networks, and is poised to become the largest 5G market in the world.

Creating customer values with AI

5G represents a paradigm shift not only in the deployment, management, and operation of networks, but also the services that can be delivered and the experiences customers can have. For 5G networks to deliver value for the operators, through both improved efficiency and top line growth, artificial intelligence (AI) has important roles to play.

Ma vs. Musk – is AI boom or doom?

Jack Ma and Elon Musk recently debated the future of AI, with one believing AI will bring humans more freedom from the menial tasks, and another seeing in AI the end of human beings in the current shape.

Europe set to join the facial recognition debate

With more authorities demonstrating they cannot be trusted to act responsibly or transparently, the European Commission is reportedly on the verge of putting the reigns on facial recognition.

The Telecoms.com Podcast: Three, Samsung and Sprint/T-Mobile

In Scott’s absence Jamie hosts the pod this week, with him and Iain staying out of the pub just long enough to welcome special guest Dan Warren from Samsung. They start by discussing Three UK’s 5G FWA initiative, move on to the latest developments at Samsung and conclude with another update on the interminable Sprint/T-Mobile US merger.

Apple and Google suspend some of their eavesdropping

Two of the world’s leading voice assistant makers pulled the plug on the respective analytics programmes of Siri and Google Assistant after private information including confidential conversations were leaked.

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