Of 5G and Privacy

As 5G networks come to fruition, Anthony says that people, companies and governments will need to be aware of the privacy and security concerns raised by this new wave of technology.

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It’s an oft-told story nowadays, but at the beginning of 2015, many researchers thought they were still a decade away from developing an artificially intelligent program that could beat the best human Go players. The ancient board game was too complex and vast—in chess, there’s an average of 35 possible moves at any given time; in Go, there are upwards of 250 moves on average during any given turn. By October 2015, Google DeepMind’s AlphaGo beat European champion Fan Hui 5–0 in the formal game

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