The evolution of 5g
5G is the fifth generation of wireless technology. It will enable us to connect all sorts of things in the future and make it possible for us to do things that we can’t do today.
The current 4G LTE connection is 10 times faster than 3G but with 5G, download speeds will be 20 times faster than 4G.
5G is expected to bring a whole new level of interactivity and connectivity to people, devices, and businesses around the world. The rollout of 5G presents a unique opportunity for IT professionals.
Functioning of the 5G
5g network architecture will change the traditional network architecture consisting of several layers into a flat network structure that connects everything together. This allows the system to work in real-time instead of having to pass through various layers like in 4g which makes it slower. 5g network ensures high-speed data transfer with low latency and high reliability compared to previous networks.
While there are no scientific studies that have found any health risks related to 5G networks, scientists are working on studies to understand the long-term effects of exposure. In fact, more research has been done on this topic than with any other previous generation of mobile networks.
Artificial intelligence (AI)
Artificial intelligence (AI) is the simulation of human intelligence processes by machines, especially computer systems. These processes include learning (the acquisition of information and rules for using the information), reasoning (using the rules to reach approximate or definite conclusions), and self-correction. Particular applications of AI include expert systems, speech recognition, and machine vision.
The term AI was coined by John McCarthy, an American computer scientist, in 1956 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Today there are many tools available for AI, including languages such as Lisp and Prolog, which were developed especially for AI programming. Some companies have even begun using machine learning to help make decisions in hiring processes.
5G is poised to redefine the way that we live our lives. Of course, implementing 5G technology will take time, especially as people remodel their houses and offices, and highways to accommodate the flow of information. But once 5G implementation is complete, we will all be able to enjoy newfound freedom—we’ll be able to connect with anyone, anytime, anywhere to do more than ever before in history