Integrated sensing and communications may be the talk of 2024. With some applications that can be rapidly enabled along with others which will take time, Amitav Mukherjee of Tiami explores where we stand today and its promise.
At last month's Life Beyond 5G event, parenting and work gurus, rappers, entrepreneurs, AI & 6G experts and more came together to explore how different aspects of life would change by the time 6G comes along. The results, and their priorities, are impressively grounded and often unexpected.
A comprehensive survey on quantum computer usage: How many qubits are employed for what purposes? – Arxiv
Most news on quantum computers (QCs) consists of outstanding
experiments, and thereby we may overlook how typical usages of QCs have been. Such oversight,
if exists, could lead to an insufficient understanding of the present situation in the research and development of QCs and may
result in possible obstacles to long-term research design. In other words, we need an alternative perspective based on typical
usages as well as the standard one based on monumental experiments.
A Survey on Explainable AI for 6G O-RAN: Architecture, Use Cases, Challenges and Research Directions – IEEE
Aided by Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML), novel solutions targeting traditionally unsolved RAN management issues can be devised. Nevertheless, the adoption of such smart and autonomous systems is limited by the current inability of human operators to understand the decision process of such AI/ML solutions, affecting their trust in such novel tools. eXplainable AI (XAI) aims at solving this issue, enabling human users to better understand and effectively manage the emerging generation of artificially intelligent schemes, reducing the human-to machine barrier.
Last week a draft of the ITU-R's 6G Framework was finalised. In light of this, 6GWorld has been given permission to share details with you.