User Friendly podcast at CES: The next era of connectivity

Highlights from CES 2018 on the future of telecom

At CES 2018, 5G is everywhere. And with wireless access to our homes, cars, and personal devices, the future will continue to be increasingly “connected.” How will this affect consumers and carriers? How will security and privacy be impacted, especially in the world of IoT?

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In this episode, Phil Wilson, managing director, Telecommunications Strategy & Operations at Deloitte, and Ays Aytolu, Deloitte’s Telecommunications sector marketing leader, talk about the next era of connectivity, including 5G, wifi, and the internet of things. The group explores how device connection will evolve into device collusion, and what that means for the personal hub and the new world of data-driven everything.

Most of the consumers don’t realize that they use actual machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) in their mobile phones now, but they do and the most commonly used one was predictive texting. There is so much data out there and feeding into these algorithms, it’s so normal that machine learning is going be very prominent and very important in our lives in the coming years.

Listen to the full podcast to learn more about the next era of connectivity.

The next era of connectivity

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