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Tim O'Shea

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Generative AI at DeepSig and its Role in Shaping the Future of Wireless Communications

Posted by Tim O'Shea on Sep 27, 2023 3:33:22 PM

Generative AI (Gen-AI) has witnessed a remarkable year, marked by a surge in interest and widespread adoption across new domains and user bases. We have seen the rapid emergence of notable large language models (LLMs) including OpenAI’s ChatGPT/GPT-4 and Meta’s Llama-2 as well as powerful generative text to image diffusion models like OpenAI’s DALL-E 2, HuggingFace’s Stable Diffusion XL, and Midjourney. These models demonstrated their impressive ability to take vast amounts of information from billions of documents and examples and turn it into concise representations. They can then provide detailed natural language responses and create realistic images reflecting complex scene prompts.

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Topics: 5G Wireless, generative ai

DeepSig Talks Wireless AI at NVIDIA GTC

Posted by Tim O'Shea on Apr 1, 2021 10:20:28 AM

DeepSig’s CTO Dr. Tim O’Shea will be presenting during two sessions focused on wireless AI/ML at NVIDIA’s GTC 21 conference taking place online April 12-16, 2021. NVIDIA's GTC conference brings together a range of AI innovators, technologists, and creatives looking to ignite ideas and forge new connections to take on our biggest challenges.  We're excited to share a range of key updates on how we are using AI/ML at the edge to accelerate wireless sensing, 5G vRAN, and drive the future of communication systems!

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DeepSig Webinar at ITU: Leveraging AI/ML to Optimize the 5G RAN and to Build out the Foundations of 6G Wireless

Posted by Tim O'Shea on Nov 17, 2020 10:30:00 AM

Tune in for the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) webinar on November 27, 2020 to see DeepSig CTO, Tim O'Shea speak to how artificial intelligence and machine learning are optimizing the 5G Radio Access Network (RAN), and how they are building the foundations of the 6G data-driven RAN.  Learn more about this event on ITU's site here.

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Topics: 5G Wireless, Machine Learning