Executive Briefing: 5G—A playground for AI
Who is this presentation for?
- Executives, developers, data scientists, and engineers
The advent of 5G promises to change our lives in a radically big way. This revolution will transform cars to be self-driving, communication networks to be software-defined and autonomous, virtual reality and augmented reality to be mobile and completely untethered, and internet of things (IoT) sensors to be intelligent and connected. Behind this 5G revolution, AI plays a significant role in the planning, forecasting, building, development, and deployment of 5G. It also enables a new set of experiences, including intelligent stores and factories, autonomous flying drones, robots, and holographic meetings.
Mazin Gilbert provides a technical- and market-landscape overview of how AI is creating the 5G world. He highlights recent developments in AI closer to the network edge helping to accelerate widespread adoption of 5G-based applications for both consumers and enterprises. You’ll learn about the roles of open source and open platforms as key ingredients of this 5G AI transformation.
- A basic understanding of 5G and AI technology
What you'll learn
- Gain an understanding of how 5G and AI are complementary and crucial to continued innovation
Mazin Gilbert is the vice president of advanced technology and systems at AT&T Labs. He leads AT&T’s research and advanced development of its network and access transformations, where he oversees advancements in artificial intelligence, software-defined networking and access, digital transformation, cloud technologies, open source software platforms, and big data. He holds 176 US patents in communication and multimedia processing and has published over 100 technical papers in human-machine communication. He’s the author of the book Artificial Neural Networks for Speech Analysis/Synthesis and an editor of a recent book Artificial Intelligence for Autonomous Networks. Previously, Mazin worked for Bell Labs, BBC, and British Telecom and in academia at Rutgers University, Princeton University, and Liverpool University. He became an IEEE Fellow in 2012. Mazin holds a bachelor’s and a doctoral degree, with first-class honors, in electrical engineering from the University of Liverpool and an MBA for executives from the Wharton Business School of the University of Pennsylvania. Outside of his technology career, Mazin is an entrepreneur, owning five limited liability companies specializing in commercial and residential real estate and the dental industry. He also serves as a chair of the Linux Foundation Deep Learning Foundation board and a board member at the International Computer Science Institute (Berkeley). Mazin loves to spend time with his daughters and is an avid runner.
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