The world is on the cusp of a revolution, as the combination of two powerful technologies – 5G and Artificial Intelligence (AI) – shows potential to transform many different industries. Not just limited to improved operational efficiency or cost savings, these technologies could also be used in networks that reveal new opportunities while improving network performance. For example, distributed intelligence allows us to move from cloud computing to edge computing, meaning that on-demand deployment of resources can be automated for greater accuracy. Not only will this result in improved battery life and system performance, but it will also improve security and device experience.
What’s more, the complexity of technology across various sectors such as healthcare or customer service can be democratized and simplified through 5G and AI. Some possible use cases include remote surgeries enabled by advanced robotics technology; personalised purchase recommendations powered by AI analytics; autonomous vehicles with embedded perception capabilities; immersive entertainment experiences such as augmented reality (AR) gaming/viewing; and industrial automation processes allowing for efficient production processes for manufacturing companies.
Ultimately, the power of 5G combined with the flexibility of AI have tremendous potential to revolutionise our lives — not just on an individual level, but across organisations as well — making it easier than ever before to take advantage of technological advancements. From creating smarter cities to developing better healthcare systems, the possibilities are virtually limitless. Therefore, organisations should look closer at leveraging 5G and AI technology in order to unlock new opportunities and create a more efficient future.
Furthermore, the capabilities of 5G and AI technology transcend industry boundaries. For instance, they can be used to create smarter cities through connected infrastructure and advanced analytics that enable more efficient transportation networks. In health care, remote patient monitoring systems can be developed using AI-powered analysis of medical data, while predictive analytics could help hospitals better manage their resources. In the retail sector, AI-based chatbots could be used to provide 24/7 customer support and deliver more personalised purchasing experiences.