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Harnessing network complexity with AI

A conversation with Sachin Katti, Founder and President, Uhana

There is a lot of excitement about what AI can do to optimizing network performance. But to benefit from AI, we need to understand what it can and cannot do, how it works, and what data it requires to make wireless networks smarter.

In this conversation with Sachin Katti, the Founder and President of Uhana, we talked about the role of AI in identifying network anomalies and making recommendations and predictions. AI is a tool to manage growing network complexity, not a substitute for human expertise.

Download the interview transcript and the report “AI and machine learning: Why now? Network optimization in the age of 5G”

 

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