For many years Artificial Intelligence (AI) was just a futuristic concept - but with recent progress in Machine Learning capabilities; the AI sector has been firmly pushed into the spotlight.
In 2019 we will see this interest in Artificial Intelligence grow even further. As AI developments become more and more mainstream, driven by an intense interest in Smart Technologies, further applications and solutions will emerge.
AI is quickly becoming viewed by the telecoms industry as a way to gain a competitive advantage. Already we are seeing those involved in the broader telecoms industry using the term “AI” to promote various applications and services. The term is beginning to be loosely applied for promotion purposes and is currently an industry “buzz” word. None the less; it is encouraging to see so much attention being paid to the AI area as it offers so much exciting potential for society and the economy in general.
For the operators – many opportunities may lie in the applications and services related to infrastructure that solutions based on AI will require.
This BuddeComm report explores the key trends occurring in the Artificial Intelligence sector, the enterprises involved, various applications and the identification of potential opportunities for the telecoms industry. The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) highlighted both 5G and Artificial Intelligence as important innovations required to enable smart cities.
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Last updated 7 Dec 2018
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