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NSF Plans Workshop on Wireless Spectrum AI Applications

Jeff Brody

The National Science Foundation will host a workshop to boost awareness on artificial intelligence applications across the wireless spectrum, Nextgov reported Monday.

The agency said in a federal register notice it will gather government, industry and academia members to participate in the event from Aug. 28 to 29 at Griffiss Institute Center for Information Assurance in Rome, N.Y.

The workshop will tackle the use of AI in future communications networks, spectrum sharing, dynamic spectrum allocation and policy management. Wireless spectrum refers to the medium through which device-based signals travel.

Michael Garris, chair of the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s AI Community of Interest, will serve as the workshop's keynote speaker.

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