During a panel on the future of 6G at Mobile World Congress, experts from organizations like Telefonica, Samsung, and the European Space Agency gathered to share their predictions for the technology.
It would be better to keep your emotions in check for the time being. This is because predictions indicate that people like you and I won’t start getting 6G into our hot, tiny palms until sometime after 2030.
On the panel were Nicolas Kourtellis (principal research scientist, co-director, Telefónica Research), Yue Wang (head of 6G Research, Samsung Research UK), Xavier Lobao (head of Future Telecom Projects Division, European Space Agency), and Kimberley Trommler (head of Thinknet 6G, Bayern Innovativ GmbH).
Presumably this would mean 6G might be deployable in a significantly larger array of circumstances than 5G, including as I0T devices.
As opposed to what I had anticipated, this was imagined in terms of the seamless connectivity that would result from the merger of terrestrial and extraterrestrial (space-based) networks.
Moreover, 6G promises increased network resilience.
On 6G networks, “digital replicas” and “kinetic content” will be much more accessible, and so will “AI-generated material.” Hence, for example, utilizing holographic patients to instruct medical students would allow them to make as many mistakes as necessary without risk.
For instance, “privacy-preserving federated learning” might reduce the risk of cyberattacks on neural networks.
It appears that moving from 5G to 6G will be much simpler than moving from 3G to 4G. The hard work has already been done to a large extent, and the networks at least seem prepared for this bright new world.
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