AI enables IT systems to self-correct for maximum uptime and provide prescriptive actions as to how to fix problems that occur. In addition, AI-driven networks can capture and save data prior to a network event or outage, helping to speed troubleshooting.
The purest definition of artificial intelligence (AI) is software that performs a task on par with a human expert. AI plays an increasingly critical role in taming complexity for growing IT networks. The proliferation of devices, data, and people has made IT infrastructures more complex than ever to manage.
Artificial intelligence is changing how we manage networks, and it’s a change we need. Because as we rely more every day on networks and networked applications to keep businesses agile, secure, and competitive, we also need more advanced tools to keep on top of the networks themselves. AI will us make network operations simpler, smarter, safer, and speedier. They help us manage our networks at machine speed.
The purest definition of artificial intelligence (AI) is software that performs a task on par with a human expert. AI plays an increasingly critical role in taming complexity for growing IT networks.
With the outbreak of the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, the whole world has been facing the greatest challenge of the global health crisis. This crisis has put a heavy burden on the network community with regards to unprecedented challenges in terms of massive network data traffic and optimization of resources. The next-generation networking (NGN) technologies (5G, B5G, and the upcoming 6G) driven by artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) has the potential to address these challenges by providing powerful computational processing, ultra-massive machine-type communications with ultra-low latency along with a very high bitrate. AI algorithms/techniques have huge potential for handling the massive volume of pandemic data, predicting the live pandemic crisis and initiating new research directions to have better network insights to tackle the serious threat of this pandemic and alike.