PublishedNovember 29, 2018

CCIA Appreciates FCC Forum on AI and Machine Learning

Washington, D.C. — The FCC is hosting a Forum on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning Friday. The Forum will feature demonstrations from companies developing new applications for these technologies and panels of experts, who will discuss their impact on communications networks.

The Computer & Communications Industry Association represents a wide range of companies in the tech and communications sector that are on the cutting edge of driving innovation and implementing new AI and machine learning technologies. The following can be attributed to CCIA President & CEO Ed Black:

“AI and machine learning have enormous potential for revolutionizing communications networks.  These emerging technologies can help with disaster response, providing greater accessibility, improving service and network maintenance, and enabling innovation. CCIA looks forward to the FCC’s Forum on AI and Machine Learning, where there will be demonstrations of new applications of these technologies and experts will discuss how these technologies will drive innovation and promote U.S. competitiveness.”

 

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