DARPA is Leveraging AI to De-Clutter the Radio Spectrum

DARPA is Leveraging AI to De-Clutter the Radio Spectrum
Technology

The organization has issued a challenge to the engineering community to incorporate AI in a redesign that will change the very way the spectrum will flow in and out of our gizmos.

Ido Lechner, Home Editor
  • 30 march 2016

In a wirelessly connected world where all sorts of technologies are joining the party daily, the electromagnetic spectrum responsible for the exchange of data is becoming increasingly saturated. Imagine a near future where fuzzy connection prevents you from messaging your buddies or listening to Spotify.

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