Securing ArtificiaI Intelligence (SAI); The role of hardware in security of AI – ETSI
ETSI’s newly published report gives an overview of the roles of general-purpose and specialized hardware, such as neural processors and neural networks, in enabling the security of AI. The report identifies hardware vulnerabilities and common weaknesses in AI systems and outlines the mitigations available in hardware to prevent attacks, as well as the general requirements on hardware to support the security of AI (SAI).
Standards Towards 6G: “Everything Is At An Inflection”
When people share visions for what 6G might be, it is taken as read that there will be a standardisation process. What that process might look like, and who is involved, could be very different from before. 6GWorld talks to ETSI's David Boswarthick about the pressures standardisation faces when delivering on future generations.
Does DECT-NR Have The Commercial Legs For 5G And Beyond?
The ITU recently recognised ETSI’s new standard for DECT as part of 5G’s IMT-2020 technology standards, supporting IoT use cases in URLLC and eMTC. What should we make of this? 6GWorld unravels the promise and the challenges ahead for the new DECT.
The New ETSI RIS – Use Cases Without Hype
ETSI announced the launch of a new Industry Specification Group on RIS. 6GWorld went behind the story with Chairman Arman Shojaeifard