Right now’s episode of TeleGeography Explains the Web is about synthetic intelligence. And for that we welcome Kannan Kothandaraman, Co-Founder and CEO at Selector AI.
To start out, no, we did not do the factor the place we had ChatGPT write this submit as an intro to all issues AI. (However we have already tangled with the infamous chatbot to see the way it did with telecom intel.)
With a plethora of cheeky, AI-generated content material on the market already, we do not have to let you know that AI has been within the information so much currently. And I do know “AI” is a capacious time period; this week’s dialog focuses on how AI/ML will truly affect telecom networks.
Actually, we have talked so much on TeleGeography Explains the Web in regards to the significant adjustments which have come to company networks over the previous a number of years—though it is usually within the context of impacting the underlay choice, cloud utilization, safety, and different elements.
My interview with Kannan is all about how AIOPs–don’t be concerned, we’ll outline this within the present—are an necessary instrument for assembly the various challenges that include a reimagined WAN.
Selector is definitely utilizing AI for monitoring and drawback fixing. This implies I used to be in a position to get Kannan’s views on the distinction between an observability instrument and observability platform.
Kannan and I additionally focus on examples of how their instrument could be deployed and used. And I at all times prefer to get friends to opine on the way forward for telecom and networks, so we speak about how AI for networking is creating and what adjustments we will count on to see within the coming years. You possibly can dive into this week’s episode beneath.
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