Published by Imperial College’s Tech Foresight team, this puts developments in telecoms technology into a wider context of emerging technologies and use cases for the coming decade and beyond.
The World Economic Forum has released a new report examinig gaps in global technology governance for critical 4th Industrial Revolution technologies. Prepared with Deloitte, it identifies risks, gaps and possible policy and governance solutions ahead of a Summit in Tokyo next April.
A poll conducted by 6GWorld answered the question of “Who should take the lead defining use cases beyond 5G?” It illustrates a diversity of attitudes towards the evolution of the industry. 6GWorld caught up with a few experts to share their views on what these results tell us.
Smart Cities, NFV, Data Security and fixing AI systems all provide delicious, nutritious brain-food in this month’s edition.
The World Economic Forum recently released a report titled “Cybersecurity, emerging technology and systemic risk”. Overview and link to the full document
Recent research has highlighted two concepts of edge in Beyond-5G and 6G networks; hierarchical, dense stationary cells and ad-hoc, distributed edge networks.
Ultra dense 5G Wireless networks, with a wide number of heterogeneous cells, makes the network configuration, management and restoration extremely challenging. It is not endowed with enough intelligence and flexibility.
Google Quantum AI Labs fellows Masoud Mohseni and Hartmut Neven have filed a patent for producing chips including both quantum and classical processors using the same process.