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Industry leaders call 5G and Artificial Intelligence emblematic of the shift to a smarter society News 4 May 2020 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share via URL Security and privacy by design, open APIs, network virtualization, identity and authorization, analytics and accessibility have been identified by industry leaders as core principles to guide ITU standardization work towards 2020. (...) Open APIs , enabling third parties to access and build on network capabilities to develop innovative new services. Network virtualization,  capitalizing on techniques including network function virtualization (NFV) and software-defined networking (SDN) to support services in demand of low latency and high efficiency and flexibility. (...) CONSENT 2 years YouTube sets this cookie via embedded youtube-videos and registers anonymous statistical data. Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement cookies are used to provide visitors with relevant ads and marketing campaigns.
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Score: 1209425.8 - https://www.itu.int/hub/2020/0...he-shift-to-a-smarter-society/
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Kaleidoscope 2022 will feature research on how different worlds, physical or virtual, could interact seamlessly to create captivating, convincing experiences  The conference welcomes submissions from both technical and social sciences. (...) Submit a paper to Kaleidoscope 30 Mar 2022 News Metaverse 2030: Experiencing the SDGs in virtual reality 7 Mar 2022 Publications Kaleidoscope 2021: Connecting physical and virtual worlds 2021 Subscribe to our newsletters Step 1 of 2 50% Email (Required) Choose newsletter subscription preferences (Required) ITU Newsletter ITU News Magazine ITU Publications ITU About ITU Regional presence Connect with ITU LinkedIn Facebook Twitter YouTube Tiktok Instagram Contact us Ethics/report misconduct Accessibility Privacy notice Thank you for visiting ITU Hub. (...) CONSENT 2 years YouTube sets this cookie via embedded youtube-videos and registers anonymous statistical data. Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement cookies are used to provide visitors with relevant ads and marketing campaigns.
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Score: 1209425.8 - https://www.itu.int/hub/2022/0...averse-demos-itu-kaleidoscope/
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Among the new breakthroughs 5G will bring, we can highlight Network slicing, a key technology that will transform fixed and mobile networks and allow operators to provide multiple virtual networks each serving diverse services with different needs and requirements, over a common physical infrastructure in a transparent and dynamic way. (...) Another example could be the capability of delivering (virtual) private cellular networks, in a much more flexible way. (...) Network slicing is still a concept and requires the development of some basic underlying technologies, such as: virtualization, cloud RAN, cloud control of the network lifecycle, a fully automated management and orchestration mechanism, a flexible air interface allowing multiple different usages of the network, and a flexible transport scheme, among others.
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Score: 1209425.8 - https://www.itu.int/hub/2020/0...future-5g-networks-telefonica/
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So, technology isn’t the main issue, although this is changing dramatically with virtualization, cloud computing and ever more powerful end devices. (...) “Technological shifts in the telecoms world have traditionally been dictated by the telcos and their culture. Virtualization and Cloud are IT-centric developments that clash with the network engineering culture of the telco.” (...) Why haven’t Software-Defined Networking and Network Function Virtualization (SDN/NFV) taken off as fast as expected?
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Score: 1209051.6 - https://www.itu.int/hub/2020/0...hich-partnerships-are-working/
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World Food Day Digital Advertising Campaign Monday, 11 October – Saturday, 16 October 2021 Main train stations of Switzerland Organized by FAO and the Federal Office for Agriculture of Switzerland (OFAG/FOAG) A digital advertising campaign will promote the WFD2021 message in e-board panels throughout Switzerland (Geneva, Lausanne, Basel, Zurich, Bern and Bellinzona)   World Food Day 2021 Virtual Event  “Celebrating efforts to strengthen local food systems for displaced and host communities” Friday 15 October 2021 (11:00 to 12:30)  FAO, UNHCR and WFP in Geneva will hold a virtual event to celebrate World Food Day 2021. (...) Eldora will also have the "hero" of the day, put in evidence a "hero" per product (cereals, milk, potatoes), presented in the digital advertising. A special menu will be promoted for each day in the period from October 13 to 15.   
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Score: 1208277.1 - https://www.fao.org/world-food...n-activities-in-switzerland/en
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PowerPoint Presentation AUSTRAC – Misuse of ICT in Terrorism Financing Joint Special Meeting, UN 14 December Claudine Lamond, Senior Intelligence Analyst Introduction • ICT and Terrorism Financing – What is the Risk? • Virtual Currencies • Online Crowd Funding ICT and Terrorism Financing • Tool Kit approach – Open source block chain analysis • Links bitcoin wallets to biographical details – Law enforcement data holdings – Classified data holdings – Financial indicators • Suspicious Transaction Reports ICT and Terrorism Financing • SMRs referrals • Law enforcement data bases • Profiles over AUSTRAC data base –Money mules – Elder / romance scams – Targeting profiles Risk of the use of ICT for Terrorism Financing • Highly Vulnerably • Unknown likelihood – General acceptance of increasing likelihood • Post ISIL - Iraq and Syria – Increasingly cyber aware – Returnee Foreign Terrorist Fighters Virtual Currency • Understanding virtual and crypto currencies –How they interact with financial Institutions –What is their AML/CTF Risk? (...) Interactive Environment, Peter Warrack – University of Toronto 2014 Virtual Currencies Cont. • Review of AML/CTF Act to include virtual and crypto currencies. – To crypto currency distributors to be regulated, or allow voluntary reporting Online Crowdfunding Platforms • Unregulated charities – No obligations to adhere to advertised cause • Operate in open and closed spaces – Public crowd funding platforms – Private closed groups • Reliant on bank identification – Often non-reportable transactions Questions?
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Score: 1198979.5 - https://www.un.org/securitycou...50-claudine-lamond-austrac.pdf
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The second part focuses on the privacy and data protection implications of Extended Reality Technologies (XR), which include Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR), contributing to session one, “Addressing human rights risks in business models.” (...) This tracking can be needed for making virtual scenes feel natural, but can also reveal sensitive medical and psychological information, which companies may choose to store on their own servers.8 Specifically, providers may analyze data in an attempt to infer a user's thought, personality or mental traits, our “biometric psychographic”9 as well as the efficacy of the companies’ influence on a user, such as with advertisements. (...) Eye tracking, for instance, may be helpful to reduce disorientation in a virtual world, or to increase image quality where a user is currently looking.
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Score: 1196574.6 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...tronic-Frontier-Foundation.pdf
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In the past ten years alone, artificial intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things, robotics, augmented and virtual reality, software-defined networks and other technological advances have made their mark, opening up new sectors, markets, industries and opportunities. (...) ITU Digital World 2021 – now underway as a hybrid event in collaboration with co-hosts the Government of Viet Nam – features online debates, ministerial roundtables, and a virtual exhibition, along with the popular ITU Digital World Awards. (...) ITU Digital World 2021 virtual networking As ITU Telecom events move beyond their 50th anniversary, I am confident they will keep on fostering dialogue and cooperation to create a sustainable global digital transformation.
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Score: 1195832.2 - https://www.itu.int/hub/2021/1...covid-19-telecom-in-our-times/
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The journal is also inviting contributions to special issues to be published in 2022 on innovation towards 6G in vehicular networks, autonomous network management and control, and future services from Augmented and Virtual Reality to holographic telepresence, as well as the second special issue on AI/ML in 5G and future networks. (...) Resource tokenization for crowdfunding of wireless networks Volkan Sevindik Lysis chatbot: A virtual assistant for IoT platforms Raimondo Cossu, Roberto Girau, Luigi Atzori SIoT for cognitive logistics: Leveraging the social graph of digital twins for effective operations on real-time events Miha Cimperman, Angela Dimitriou, Kostas Kalaboukas, Aziz S. (...) ITU Kaleidoscope 2021:  Connecting physical and virtual worlds  is scheduled for 6-10 December online.
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Score: 1195832.2 - https://www.itu.int/hub/2021/1...g-and-machine-learning-for-5g/
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., younger) on mobile than on PC Internet • Different Products/Selection Method from PC Internet – Not travel, computers, books but: fashion, CDs, concert tickets, – Not from search engines but from mail, followed by products at top of the page, in new release section, or product rankings • Business Model – Competing as much by convenience as price – Most official sites make money (>30) & many unofficial sites • Fastest growing market is combination of phone with other media (magazines, television, and radio) Copyright Funk 2003 Fashion: Leader is Net Price • Sales – 7 M$ in sales and 380K$ in profits a month from April to September 2003 – Same amount as Amazon.com in 1997 when it went public • Business Model – Offers unsold inventory at a discount to its 430,000 registered members – Level of discount (up to 30%) depends on number of buyers – Members have one week to convince friends to purchase products and obtain volume discounts • Depends on: – Mobile mail culture (fast mail responses) – Virtual communities of users • Key role of other media: its best selling products are – Worn/used by actresses on TV programs – Appear in magazines Copyright Funk 2003 Fashion – Xavel’s Girls Walker • It has used mail magazine portal to become a leading seller of fashion-related products – Current sales of 4M$ a month • Mail magazine portal – Users write mail magazines – Xavel merely screens proposals and organizes the magazines – Used viral marketing to collect writers – 11.6 million PVs/day and 5 million unique users in mid-2003 • Strong interaction between fashion related mail magazines and mobile mail culture – Fashion mail magazines describe current fashion trends – Writers and readers constitute a virtual community – Magazines contain links to shopping pages – Role of celebrity endorsements: many consumers choose perfume based on perfume usage by popular actresses Copyright Funk 2003 Magazines and Mobile Shopping • Integrate Mobile Site with Magazines and Catalogues • Advantage of Mobile Over PC Internet – PC Internet requires big change in consumer behavior (must sit in front of the PC) – With phones, consumers can order products from couches, bathtubs, beds • Magazines are Important Part of Consumer Information Searches – Consumers search for magazines in stores and for information in magazines – Bookstores and magazines are organized to support such searches • >50 magazines Integrated with Mobile Internet Services – No need for sites to advertise services since the magazines do it for them – Internal cameras and bar code readers facilitate site access Copyright Funk 2003 Radio Programs and Mobile Shopping • Mobile Internet is main source of song and concert requests – Participative environment is important to radio stations all over the world – Japanese radio stations give points to members for requests and home page accesses – Purpose is to promote advertising on PC and mobile home pages for sponsors (many are music related) • Music purchases may be big market – Now integrating on-air info about music with CD on-line site – Success of KDDI’s Chaku Uta ringing tone service (as many downloads as i-Tunes) suggests integrated on-air downloading services will succeed – Challenge for radio listener is finding site: easy with internal radio but what about regular radio? Copyright Funk 2003 Television Stations and Mobile Shopping • Japanese broadcasters – Initially opposed creation of virtual communities due to fear of losing commercial “viewing time.” Young people send mail during commercials, particularly following popular TV programs – Now realize mobile mail is here to stay – Thus expanding content from ringing tones, screen savers, and games to voting, surveys, chat mail, and creation of virtual communities – Hope to sell products and information in programs • Challenge for TV viewers is finding relevant site – Internal TV phone enables easy site access and greater program viewing – Infrared capable phones • Can be used as remote control devices • In combination with digital broadcasts to existing TVs, they can provide easy site access Copyright Funk 2003 Summary • Mobile shopping market will likely pass entertainment contents in 2004 or 2005 in Japan • The main customers are young people who – Would rather be outside than inside – When inside their homes, they would rather watch TV than look at a PC screen – Are heavy users of mobile mail – Quickly form virtual communities – Are heavily influenced by celebrity endorsements • Technology and multi-channel integration – Internal cameras and bar code readers will facilitate integration of magazines and mobile sites – Facilitating the integration of mobile sites with radio and TV programming • Internal radios and TVs • Infrared for integration with existing TVs and their programs – Other technologies like Java, 3D rendering techniques (not covered here) • Similar trends will occur in the West as i-mode, Vodafone Live!
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Score: 1192303.9 - https://www.itu.int/osg/spu/ni...ntations/funk-presentation.pdf
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