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What Happens When AI and 5G Combines: A Deadly Powerhouse
5G, the wireless technology is transforming the way the world works. During October end this year, China and Germany were the two countries, to begin with, commercial-scale rollouts of 5G network.
There will still be connectivity between machines and people over the borderless network called the internet.
But with the advent of 5G, a newer infrastructure will emerge, dependency will still be on the internet. However, it will be different – subjected to being government as well as private control.
The availability of 5G networks brings in the possibility of performing computing at higher speed without needing connecting it to an input device, for example, a self-driving car, cell phone or anything wireless for that matter.
However, this can only be possible if the remaining system such as distributed servers, signal towers, base stations, as well the mega-scale centers are close enough with these input devices. It sounds extraordinary to have your pace-maker, phone, and car to be in proximity to vast computational power. And the focus on the location and its physicality is much more well-balanced the internet will ever be.
AI empowering the 5G world
The fourth industrial revolution we’re living in today is drastically changing our lives and how we work. We’re in the precipice of a huge paradigm shift and there’s no denying to this fact. Technology changes and innovation are not happening independently, but they are rather intertwined with other technology to stay informed and empower one another.
We’re standing at the edge and currently, there’s no other technology as empowering as AI and IoT.
While AI is playing a significant role in the industry today, 5G ensures that the connection speed works fast enough allowing platforms interface in real-time.
The concept of AI in 5G
Dr. Gregory Dudek, Head of the Samsung AI Center in Montreal says that bringing together the strength of AI and make use of 5Gs full potential is the core focus of their research. Moreover, Montreal being the hotbed for AI research it would be a natural fit to extrapolate the play between AI and 5G.
5G communication systems are flexible
AI allows devices to easily adapt to changing conditions
5G has richer protocols that enhance performance with learning-based AI algorithms
Using AI for 5G is likely to prove a more fundamental requirement for state-of-the art rather than just an opportunity
Samsung has successfully touched the waves of the most modern and rapidly changing technologies – AI and 5G.
The 5G network will be powered by artificial intelligence, reason being, they’re much more complex than the previous-generation networks. If both these technologies are going to touch the peak of the technology space, the quality of training and professionals in the domain expert such as AI engineers or AI experts will be the ones to take lead in the telecommunication industry.
Stay focus on the bigger picture
The 5G network is deemed to deliver stupendous new experiences – and AI being the core key will play a significant role in making it happen.
Having the right tools, right data, and right models AI will be able to help operators achieve unprecedented heights in performance and automation.
With professionals, such as AI experts, it will be easy to train and guide other people to help them achieve domain expertise.
Today, the world is focused more on VR video-based communication. Thus, considering these needs multiple applications are looking for a various network that is compatible. For instance, VR that has a resolution equivalent to 4K TV resolution requires a bandwidth of 1Gbps for smooth play and 2.5Gbps for being interactive. Both these functions require minimal latency of 10ms or minimal delay. But this is only for the round-trip time.
To be precise these applications will soon target the smartphone keeping an additional strain on the networks.
As services in VR continues to grow, the 5G network is projected to yield high speed and performance.