Posts about Machine Learning

Posted by Ulrich Kohn on October 01, 2018
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Imagine you have developed a video to promote network neutrality. As you upload it to a video server, the network does not establish the required connection. You want to know what the problem is, so you ask: “Hi network, what’s wrong?” The response comes as a surprise: “The content of this video conflicts with my interests; I do not want you to upload this video!” This is autonomous networking! The network has its own identity and agenda; it acts according to its own interests ...

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Network control and management is a complex task, incorporating cloud operations, core and metro transport, mobile fronthaul and backhaul connectivity all the way to user applications. Setting aside optimizations and assurance mechanisms, running applications on such a diverse and distributed infrastructure is a challenging task in itself. With localized and highly engineered network operational tools, it typically takes several days or even weeks for any changes, upgrades or service deployments to take effect ...

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It seems that 234 years after Immanuel Kant urged humans to have the courage to use their own understanding, the need to reason for ourselves is being removed altogether. As developments like artificial intelligence and machine learning find their way into every aspect of our business and social lives, our autonomy is steadily being replaced by the autonomy of systems ...

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Machine learning is ideally suited to systems with complex interdependencies. Learning patterns from virtually unlimited data lakes and using such insights for self-optimization sits at the core of machine-learning-based analytics solutions. Over-the-top digital players have capitalized on these solutions to offer differentiated services based on an intricate web of user actions, preferences and so on ...

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