Friday, 18 August 2017

Telecoms and machine learning – what does the future look like?

Knowledge Network article by Tim Wright, Institute of Telecommunications Professionals (ITP)
Thursday 23 February 17

Report of ITP seminar held in London on 2 February 2017

Terms such as machine learning, big data, predictive analytics, autonomic computing, are being used more and more both in the telecoms field and more widely.  Some serious claims are being made - that machine learning heralds a sea-change not only in the way the telecoms and IT industries face their own strategic and operational challenges, but also in terms of solutions opportunities for their customers.  How real is this?  And what are we talking about anyway?   This was the topic of an ITP seminar hosted in BT Centre, London and attended by well over 100 people with expert speakers from BT, Nokia Bell Labs…

Terms such as machine learning, big data, predictive analytics, autonomic computing, are being used more and more both in the telecoms field and more widely.  Some serious claims are being made - that machine learning heralds a sea-change not only in the way the telecoms and IT industries face their own strategic and operational challenges, but also in terms of solutions opportunities for their customers.  How real is this?  And what are we talking about anyway?   This was the topic of an ITP seminar hosted in BT Centre, London and attended by well over 100 people with expert speakers from BT, Nokia Bell Labs…

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