Artificial Intelligence to help solve telecom network issues: Eric Xu, Rotating Chariman, Huawei

Xu told that Huawei will be applying AI to all its products and solutions and even use it for internal operations. \u201cWe aim to bring AI to cloud, network and smart devices and use it as extensively as possible,\u201d he stated.
Talking about data and its applications, Xu said that the government and organizations have a very patchy situation when it comes to data utilization. \u201c..data is not like oil for many enterprises because it\u2019s not processed properly.\u201d
Xu also touched upon the company\u2019s situation in United States when asked about it, as it had previously received setbacks in the country. \u201cThere have been so many stories between US and China that one would need an entire day to explain. It\u2019s beyond me to drive and find a solution to the issues,\u201d he said.
While sharing the vision for the upcoming smartphones, Xu stressed on the importance of upgrading from smartphones to intelligent phones. \u201cWe have to upgrade from smartphones to intelligent phones. In December we released some phones with AI and going forward we\u2019ll be gradually upgrading our smartphones to intelligent phones.
Earlier in an interaction with ET, Huawei\u2019s Felix Zhang, VP Consumer BG Software Engineering Dept had told how Huawei was betting big on Mobile AI with an aim to make phones intelligent. As part of this the company is focussing on voice, image processing, translations among other functionalities.
At the HAS 2018 event, Huawei also revealed that it would be launching its 5G smartphone with its own 5G chipset in the second half of 2019.
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ICT<\/a> infrastructure and smart devices and will continue to invest in broadband and home network solutions, Xu added. \u201c..we\u2019ll continue to make further investment in big data and network\u201d.\u201d

Xu told that Huawei will be applying AI to all its products and solutions and even use it for internal operations. \u201cWe aim to bring AI to cloud, network and smart devices and use it as extensively as possible,\u201d he stated.
Talking about data and its applications, Xu said that the government and organizations have a very patchy situation when it comes to data utilization. \u201c..data is not like oil for many enterprises because it\u2019s not processed properly.\u201d
Xu also touched upon the company\u2019s situation in United States when asked about it, as it had previously received setbacks in the country. \u201cThere have been so many stories between US and China that one would need an entire day to explain. It\u2019s beyond me to drive and find a solution to the issues,\u201d he said.
While sharing the vision for the upcoming smartphones, Xu stressed on the importance of upgrading from smartphones to intelligent phones. \u201cWe have to upgrade from smartphones to intelligent phones. In December we released some phones with AI and going forward we\u2019ll be gradually upgrading our smartphones to intelligent phones.
Earlier in an interaction with ET, Huawei\u2019s Felix Zhang, VP Consumer BG Software Engineering Dept had told how Huawei was betting big on Mobile AI with an aim to make phones intelligent. As part of this the company is focussing on voice, image processing, translations among other functionalities.
At the HAS 2018 event, Huawei also revealed that it would be launching its 5G smartphone with its own 5G chipset in the second half of 2019.
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