WSTA panels cover emerging technologies and cloud for financial services

The financial services sector is ramping up investments in next-generation technologies, including both private and public cloud. It’s not just cloud, of course. Artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, blockchain, advanced data analytics – the list goes on.

Red Hat’s Alessandro Petroni and Bill Lathram each participated in panels at recent Wall Street Technology Association events. The following are their first-hand perspectives of the events.

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MWC 2018 – Are we there yet? How long until we get to 5G?

It was quite the hectic but extremely successful week here at Mobile World Congress 2018 – the world’s largest mobile industry gathering with more than 100,000 attendees, which added to the hubbub of cultural, sporting, entertainment, industry and gastronomical diversity that is Barcelona.

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Mobile World Congress 2018: 5G, IoT, artificial intelligence, and connecting with the moon

This year’s Mobile World Congress began with a challenge and opportunity for operators to push the boundaries of today’s mobile ecosystem and help drive the future of the digital economy through innovation. A focus on 5G permeated the event every day, from keynotes and presentations, to demos and announcements, all the way down to the exhibit floor. The internet of things (IoT), artificial intelligence, connected cars, new devices, and blockchain were also highlighted throughout the week. Keep reading for some of the highlights we captured from this year’s Mobile World Congress.

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The AI Ocean: How AI applications will travel and thrive in mobile networks

It’s been the stuff of science fiction and our imagination for years, but artificial intelligence (AI) is finally getting its due. Already used to express and understand human speech, drive autonomous cars, and interpret highly complex data, AI has the potential to revolutionize all aspects of our lives. But that’s only half the story. While there has been considerable attention paid to the algorithms and analytics that will comprise these applications, the question remains – what ecosphere will support this new form of life?

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