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    Enhancing the experience of sports fans is high on the list for developers of 5G. How will fans get an immersive experience? What role will AI play in giving fans a reason to cheer? Jonathan Levine, Managing Director of Business Development at Intel Sports, Emili Planas, CTO of MediaPro and Jason Elliott, 5G Market Development for Nokia tell TIA NOW’s Clarence Reynolds what’s next in immersive media tech.

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  • Where was the spotlight at Mobile World Congress Americas 2018? TIA’s VP of Program Development, Harry Smeenk joins TIA NOW to discuss the roles AI and VR will play in our 5G mobile future.

  • How is AI changing the way networks are being designed for technologies like IoT, AR/VR, autonomous vehicles and swarm data? What are the characteristics of the AI-enabling network of tomorrow? Miguel Villarreal, CEO of Villa-Tech shares his perspectives on the role of AI in network virtualization.

  • How will network transformation impact advances in AI? Is the industry prepared or unprepared to take on these challenges? TIA NOW speaks with Arpit Joshipura, GM of Networking and Orchestration at the Linux Foundation and Manish Vyas, President of Communications Business & Chief Executive of Network Services at Tech Mahindra about preparing virtual networks for AI and opening the digital doors with open source.

  • How do you build a flexible digital platform that's open to co-creation, yet secure? Rod Naphan, CTO of Fujitsu Network Communications, shows us the company’s latest global digital solutions, platforms and services that prepare them for the digital transformation of the 5G future.

  • Enhancing the experience of sports fans is high on the list for developers of 5G. How will fans get an immersive experience? What role will AI play in giving fans a reason to cheer? Jonathan Levine, Managing Director of Business Development at Intel Sports, Emili Planas, CTO of MediaPro and Jason Elliott, 5G Market Development for Nokia tell TIA NOW’s Clarence Reynolds what’s next in immersive media tech.

  • The big data and data science revolution is upon us as firms are currently spending an estimated $36 billion on storage and infrastructure, that will double the data mining sector by 2020. Here with us in the TIA NOW studio to talk about predictive analytics is Richard Boire, SVP of Environics Analytics.

  • Analysts from IDC including spoke with TIA NOW about the tough issues that the communications technology industry is currently tackling, which were covered at the TIA Connectivity Jam in Dallas, TX. These issues span from data management, edge computing, connected devices, network benchmarking and artificial intelligence.

  • Betty Manetta, President and CEO of Argent Associates, spoke with TIA NOW about how artificial intelligence plays a big role in fraud detection and predictive analytics. Manetta talks further about the importance of finding your role in the always changing and burgeoning technology ecosystem.

  • Ned Taleb, CEO at Nexius spoke with Abe Nejad about the move towards real world applications and the importance of network enablement of machine learning and data science. Taleb talks further about intelligent networks and how they support AR/VR and AI.

  • Brian Higgins, VP and GM of Exponent, a Verizon company, talks to TIA NOW from MWC 2017 about their new initiative to help carriers around the world get quicker to market and become more robust with the biggest issues facing them: Big Data, AI, IoT, Media Services and more.

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    Chuck Parker, Global Lead of Healthcare and Life Sciences at Beyond Limits, a spin-off from CalTech, talks to TIA's Limor Schafman about how artificial intelligence and IoT together can be used effectively in the real world, using the oil industry and healthcare industry as examples. He also discusses the biggest challenges faced in developing AI technologies for the IoT space, including the "stigma" of privacy and security fears from consumers.