Mobile phone technology has changed the way humans understand and interact with the world. The latest technology - the fifth generation mobile standard (i.e 5G) is currently being deployed in some parts of the world. This raises an obvious problem. What factors will drive the development of the sixth generation of mobile technology? How will 6G be different from 5G, and what kind of interaction and activities will 5G not achieve?
Today, Razvan-Andrei Stoica and Giuseppe Abreu of the Jacobs University Bremen in Germany studied the technology of the 6G era, which identified the limitations of 5G and the factors they thought would drive the development of 6G. Their conclusion is that artificial intelligence will become the main driving force of mobile technology, and 6G will become the driving force of a new generation of machine intelligence applications.
What kind of transformative improvements can 6G provide? According to Stoica and Abreu, it will be able to quickly change cooperation between intelligent agents, solve complex challenges, and solve complex problem solutions. One obvious application is network optimization, but other applications include financial market monitoring and planning, healthcare optimization and “Nowcast” – the ability to predict and respond to events as they occur – previously unimaginable scale.
Artificial intelligence agents are clearly destined to play an important role in our future. "In order to take advantage of the true power of these agents, collaborative AI is the key," Stoica and Abreu said. "From the perspective of the nature of the 21st century mobile society, it is clear that this cooperation can only be achieved through wireless communication." If Stoica and Abreu are correct, then artificial intelligence will become the driving force for shaping the future communication network.
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