The desire to make our world a better place is truly admirable. But to actually achieve that goal? Well, it takes more than good intentions—especially in the midst of a global pandemic. We need information, advanced intelligence, and the connectivity to act on it.
It’s something Ashok Srivastava, chief data officer at Intuit, puts into practice every day. An expert in artificial intelligence (AI), Srivastava’s mission is delivering the best experiences to customers to help them power prosperity around the world. As he explains on iHeart Radio’s The Restless Ones podcast, sponsored by T-Mobile for Business, “We're thinking about how artificial intelligence, machine learning, and data can come together in order to power those experiences,” he says.
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The advent of 5G network capability is a crucial step in bringing the benefits of technology and big data to life. With the goal of truly persistent, “everywhere” broadband connectivity, we hope to empower people to see the world in deeper, more meaningful ways and move forward with more confidence.
Of course, 5G is designed to carry massive amounts of data. But before AI can interpret it, first you have to collect it. Sophisticated, low-cost sensors are the eyes, ears, and even brains of the system. “Not just a few hundred or a few thousand,” says Srivastava, “I'm talking about billions of sensors around the world. We're going to have information and data about what's happening on every corner of the planet.”