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Analyzing ant ‘hive minds’ could improve network performance

Analyzing ant ‘hive minds’ could improve network performance Now, you wouldn’t think of a random walk process as efficient, but here’s how it works: Think of the whole network diagram as a graph, and each ant as a node in the graph.As a function of time, it gets more and more accurate, and it goes nearly as fast as you would expect you could ever do.

Google Brain is about to turn CSI’s zoom-and-enhance trope into reality

Google Brain is about to turn CSI’s zoom-and-enhance trope into reality Well, the boffins over at Google Brain have come up with what may be the next best thing.So, using the example of a face, the generated image may not look exactly like the real person but instead, a fictional character that represents the computer’s best guess.

Google partners with Bharti Airtel and SK Telecom to improve connectivity

Google partners with Bharti Airtel and SK Telecom to improve connectivity At the Mobile World Congress conference in Barcelona, the search giant inked partnerships with India’s Bharti Airtel and South Korea’s SK Telecom to help the respective networks build out “next-generation” networking.In a blog post, Google said that it would tap technologies like software defined networking (SDN), network function virtualization, and site reliability engineering to “deliver services reliably.

New deal sees A+E networks coming to Hulu’s upcoming live TV streaming service

New deal sees A+E networks coming to Hulu’s upcoming live TV streaming service The live TV streaming landscape is continuing to grow, with the recently announced YouTube TV and an upcoming service from Hulu joining Sling TV, PlayStation Vue, and DirecTV Now.“As we begin to finalize our new live TV service, we’re pulling together the most valuable, well-rounded package of channels available for under $40,” Hulu CEO Mike Hopkins said in a statement.

What’s the difference between 4G and LTE?

What’s the difference between 4G and LTE? The simplest explanation is that the “G” in 4G stands for generation, because 4G is the fourth generation of mobile data technology, as defined by the radio sector of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU-R).The ITU-R set standards for 4G connectivity in March of 2008, requiring all services described as 4G to adhere to a set of speed and connection standards.

Artificial synapse on a chip will help mobile devices learn like the human brain

Artificial synapse on a chip will help mobile devices learn like the human brain Brain-inspired deep learning neural networks have been behind many of the biggest breakthroughs in artificial intelligence seen over the past 10 years.“There are many breakthroughs from software companies that use algorithms based on artificial neural networks for pattern recognition,” Dr.

Djingo unchained! Top mobile carriers take on Alexa with new AI assistant

Djingo unchained! Top mobile carriers take on Alexa with new AI assistant The latest is named Djingo, and it’s a joint project between mobile networks Orange and Deutsche Telekom, which makes it a bigger deal than you may initially think.Unsurprisingly, it’s woken by an “OK Djingo” keyword, and the demonstration showed Djingo playing a requested audio track, and sending a tweet.

CDMA vs. GSM: What’s the difference between these cellular standards?

CDMA vs. GSM: What’s the difference between these cellular standards? Unlike GSM, CDMA grants users full access to the entire spectrum of bands, thus allowing more users to connect at any given time.Of course, there are some things to keep in mind when it comes time to choose between CDMA and GSM phones.

4G explained: A guide to LTE, WiMax, HSPA+, and more

4G explained: A guide to LTE, WiMax, HSPA+, and more Words like 4G, LTE, and WiMax seem to have replaced the last set of words we barely understood: 3G, GSM, and CDMA.Don’t let this surprisingly intuitive naming scheme spin you around: 4G simply means “fourth generation.

SpaceX Wants Everyone on Earth to Have Cheap, Fast Internet

SpaceX Wants Everyone on Earth to Have Cheap, Fast Internet Starting in 2019, SpaceX plans to launch thousands of satellites into low-Earth orbit.Together, the armada network hubs will blanket the planet in cheap, fast, low-latency satellite internet.