TRAI Seeks opinions regarding Big Data, AI Adoption to Enhance Telecom Services Improve Network Security

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TRAI has set date of September 16 for the closing date to submit comments on the consultation paper , and September 30 for counter-comments

Telecom regulator TRAI on Friday released an open-ended consultation paper that sought public opinions on the application AI and Big Data in order to improve telecom services and increase network security and efficiency. This paper was released by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) in its consultation document regarding “Leveraging Artificial Intelligence as well as Big Data in the telecommunications sector” is seeking opinions on the areas in which current as well as future potential of telecom networks could be utilized to benefit from AI (artificial intelligence) and big data (big big data).

The consultation paper is based on an inquiry to the regulator made by the Department of Telecom in June 2019, in which the department sought a recommendations from the TRAI regarding the use of AI and BD in a coordinated and efficient manner to improve general quality services spectrum management, the security of networks and their reliability.

The regulator is seeking opinions regarding the risks associated with the use of AI and BD including unprofessional use bias in data and algorithmic processes, privacy and model instability, as well as compliance with the law and regulatory requirements, in addition to ways and methods to reduce the risks.

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TRAI has set on September 16th as the closing date to comment on the document and September 30 for counter-comments.

In July, TRAI Chairman P D Vaghela The chairman of TRAI P D Vaghela, in June, called on telecom firms and Wi-Fi service providers to work together to develop innovative business models that harness the combined potential of Wi-Fi and mobile technology to enhance the infrastructure of digital technology.

He also urged the Wi-Fi and telecom service providers hotspot service providers to cooperate to come up with specific business models for India.

The results of studies have shown that in 5G-friendly countries like South Korea, the UK as well as countries like the UK, US, Japan, Australia and Germany Smartphone users generally used approximately 1.7 up to 2.7 times more mobile data following the introduction of 5G in comparison to 4G.

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