To improve telecom services, TRAI seeks views on AI adoption


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oi-Vicky Nanjappa

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Published: Saturday, August 6, 2022, 11:52 [IST]

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New
Delhi,
Aug
06:

Telecom
regulator
TRAI
on
Friday
floated
a
consultation
paper
to
seek
public
views
on
the
adoption
of
artificial
intelligence
and
big
data
to
improve
telecom
services
and
enhance
network
securities
and
efficiencies.
The
Telecom
Regulatory
Authority
of
India
(TRAI)
in
its
consultation
paper
on
“Leveraging
artificial
intelligence
and
Big
Data
in
the
telecommunication
sector”
has
sought
views
on
sectors
where
existing
and
future
capabilities
of
the
telecom
networks
can
be
used
to
leverage
AI
(artificial
intelligence)
and
BD
(big
data),
a
PTI
report
said.

The
consultation
paper
follows
a
reference
to
the
regulator
from
the
Department
of
Telecom
in
June
2019
in
which
the
department
has
sought
recommendation
from
TRAI
on
leveraging
AI
and
BD
in
a
synchronised
and
effective
manner
to
enhance
the
overall
quality
of
service,
spectrum
management,
network
security
and
reliability.

To improve telecom services, TRAI seeks views on AI adoption

The
regulator
has
sought
opinion
on
risks
in
the
adoption
of
AI
and
BD,
such
as
unethical
use,
bias
in
data
and
algorithms,
privacy,
model
instability,
regulatory
and
legal
non-compliance,
as
well
as
ways
and
mechanisms
to
mitigate
risks.

TRAI
has
fixed
September
16
as
the
last
date
for
comment
on
the
paper
and
September
30
for
counter
comments.

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Back
in
June,
TRAI
chairman
P
D
Vaghela
urged
telecom
companies
and
Wi-Fi
providers
to
work
collaboratively
on
developing
innovative
business
models
that
would
unleash
combined
power
of
mobile
and
Wi-Fi
technology
to
improve
digital
infrastructure.

He
called
upon
telecom
service
providers
and
Wi-Fi
hotspot
providers
to
work
together
and
come
up
with
India-specific
business
models.

Studies
have
found
that
in
5G
countries
such
as
South
Korea,
the
UK,
the
US,
Japan,
Australia
and
Germany,
smartphone
users
on
average
consumed
between
1.7
and
2.7
times
more
mobile
data
after
the
introduction
of
fifth-generation
services,
as
compared
to
4G.

Story first published: Saturday, August 6, 2022, 11:52 [IST]



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