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Machine learning is rapidly advancing the state-of-the-art in algorithm performance for wireless telecommunications systems. Building on our work presented at GTC Silicon Valley, recasting fundamental wireless signal processing problems as data-centric deep learning problems, we present further evidence that learned signal processing algorithms can empower the next generation of wireless systems with significant reductions in power consumption and improvements in density, throughput, and accuracy when compared to the brittle and manually designed systems of today. This talk will introduce the core enabling technologies and fundamental approaches, share our latest work and results in deep learning-based sensing and learned communications, and discuss applications such as 5G and IoT, commercial cyber-threat sensing, and defense RF sensing to illustrate the wide range of fields these technologies will impact over the next several years.

Machine learning is rapidly advancing the state-of-the-art in algorithm performance for wireless telecommunications systems. Building on our work presented at GTC Silicon Valley, recasting fundamental wireless signal processing problems as data-centric deep learning problems, we present further evidence that learned signal processing algorithms can empower the next generation of wireless systems with significant reductions in power consumption and improvements in density, throughput, and accuracy when compared to the brittle and manually designed systems of today. This talk will introduce the core enabling technologies and fundamental approaches, share our latest work and results in deep learning-based sensing and learned communications, and discuss applications such as 5G and IoT, commercial cyber-threat sensing, and defense RF sensing to illustrate the wide range of fields these technologies will impact over the next several years.

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Topics:
Deep Learning and AI, Cyber Security
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Talk
Event:
GTC Washington D.C.
Year:
2018
Session ID:
DC8154
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The field of wireless engineering is on the cusp of a revolution, driven by deep learning, that will define the next paradigm in wireless system design. While wireless communications technology has advanced considerably since its invention in the 1890s, the fundamental design methodology has remained unchanged throughout its history - expert engineers hand-designing radio systems for specific applications. Deep learning enables a new, radically different approach, where systems are learned from wireless channel data. As the world becomes more connected and the Internet of Things becomes a reality, it is difficult to overstate the enormity of the impact to both commercial and military systems. This talk will provide a high-level overview of deep learning applied to wireless communications, discuss the current state of the technology and research, and present a vision for the future of wireless engineering.
The field of wireless engineering is on the cusp of a revolution, driven by deep learning, that will define the next paradigm in wireless system design. While wireless communications technology has advanced considerably since its invention in the 1890s, the fundamental design methodology has remained unchanged throughout its history - expert engineers hand-designing radio systems for specific applications. Deep learning enables a new, radically different approach, where systems are learned from wireless channel data. As the world becomes more connected and the Internet of Things becomes a reality, it is difficult to overstate the enormity of the impact to both commercial and military systems. This talk will provide a high-level overview of deep learning applied to wireless communications, discuss the current state of the technology and research, and present a vision for the future of wireless engineering.  Back
 
Topics:
AI and DL Research, Telecommunications
Type:
Talk
Event:
GTC Silicon Valley
Year:
2018
Session ID:
S8791
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