The evolution to 5G will see an unprecedented increase in network complexity – from new uses cases to different service classes, network function virtualization and large volumes of data. Today’s complex networks are designed to being operated by humans and their complexity is expected to increase. As such, dealing with OPEX and network performance for 5G and beyond networks will go beyond the reach of humans. In this regard, efficiently integrating artificial intelligence functions in future wireless networks is a key component for realizing the value of 5G.
We invite you to explore an overview on AI powered wireless networks with us and see the opportunities and challenges we will face.
The webinar sheds light on the following aspects:
Distribution of network intelligence in future networks:
Next-generation wireless networks will integrate intelligent functions across the wireless infrastructure – cloud, end-user devices and other parts of the network with the lower-layer learning agents targeting local optimization functions, while higher-level cognitive agents pursuing global objectives and system-wide awareness.
Key factors for the successful integration of AI functionalities in future cellular networks:
Data, technology platforms, security, augmentation of human intelligence along with other components are crucial for enabling a shift from reactive incident driven operations to proactive data driven operations.
Various applications of AI to the wireless domain:
Examples such as inter-frequency load balancing, beam management, and rogue drone detection are discussed in more detail.
Future AI in wireless networks:
How to enable an ML-based communication system, from physical layer to higher layers on one or more carriers.
Ursula Challita, Experienced Researcher
Henrik Rydén, Experienced Researcher
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