New technology has added yet another challenge to the burgeoning to-do lists of operators and vendors; how do you ensure the next generation of talent is in place to underpin the future of telecoms?
Telecoms companies are leading large-scale deployments of AI technologies, according to new research.
A consortium involving Nokia, BT and Orange is building a platform that will allow developers to build and run cloud applications for 5G networks.
Hype and tenuous definitions are threatening to derail the potential of artificial intelligence (AI), a new report has warned.
Apple is bringing machine learning and augmented reality to iOS as well as a new connected speaker to rival Amazon Echo and Google Home.
Google is putting artificial intelligence at the heart of its future and launched a new business unit amid the cavalcade of announcements at its annual I/O conference.
You don’t need to read between the lines to see that Nokia’s new machine learning-driven approach to customer service could lead to large-scale replacement of customer service agents – but is the technology up to the job?
Facebook has made its lightweight machine learning Caffe2 project open-source as it looks to bring the technology to mobile devices.
Facebook is taking its social network into virtual reality with a new app allowing people to meet virtually in the same room.
Intel has combined its artificial intelligence (AI) efforts into a single unit to capitalise on what it sees as a growing market opportunity.
Telenor has opened a new lab in Norway that will use data from its networks to examine how artificial intelligence (AI) can be used for “real-life problems”.
BT has joined the Telecom Infra Project to accelerate research into disruptive telecoms technologies.
Ericsson, Huawei, Google and Intel are co-sponsoring a machine learning project aimed at improving how systems consume and use real-time data.
Google has launched a limited test of its Android Instant Apps, its way of allowing users to discover and run new services without installation.
Huawei has announced a new research platform, X Labs, to bring together operators, technology providers and industry players to develop future mobile applications and promote an open industry ecosystem.
Samsung has acquired Canada-based RCS infrastructure and services provider NewNet Communication Technologies for an undisclosed fee.
The increasing ubiquity of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning is extending beyond search engines and finance to telecoms, as operators look to new systems to improve their processes, potentially reinventing how networks are built and deployed in the process.
Proximus is opening up its technologies to developers through a new portal called EnCo in a bid to create new IoT, cloud, big data and telecom service solutions.
Huawei is to provide US$1 million to the University of California, Berkeley, to fund research into artificial intelligence (AI).
Traffic data about the UK’s roads and mobile networks are to be combined to drive the development of the country's smart cities, and create a “one-stop shop for movement analytics”.
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