“The vision behind 6G is to revolutionize wireless connectivity—both terrestrial and aerial—by offering unprecedented improvements in latency, network density, energy, and spectral efficiency. In the 6G space, AI will be a fundamental ingredient to support a broad spectrum of emerging applications (such as) extended reality, smart wearables, telemedicine, haptics, flying vehicles, brain-computer interfaces, and teletransportation.”
The global adoption of 5G will provide the speed, low latency, and connectivity to enable a new generation of applications, services, and business opportunities that couldn’t exist in the past. From smart agriculture to telemedicine, smart cities, smart factories, and beyond, 5G (and its intersection with both edge and AI technologies) is unlocking business value in numerous industries, and it’s shaping up to be a defining generation of wireless communications technology. And yet, researchers’ eyes are already looking toward what’s next—the next ‘G’, which could even more fully fuse the physical and digital worlds. From immersive media and robots with skillsets beyond what we’ve seen before to wearable and implantable sensors, brain-machine communications, and even brain-to-brain communications, one of the most exciting things about 5G is that it’s laying the groundwork for 6G and all that is could have to offer.
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