Russian oligarch Mykhailo Fridman is still the co-owner of Kyivstar. Can the country’s largest mobile operator become state-owned because of this? At the end of July, the government nationalized “Sens Bank” , and a year ago the court seized the assets of “Morshinska” for UAH 53.4 million. Mykhailo Fridman, a native… Read More »“Hello, Friedman? You will not believe”. Will Ukraine nationalize “Kyivstar”
No, Russia has not learned how to jam Starlink — there are still no effective EW tools and prevention will not hurt [Recommendations of experts]
Another wave of hype around Starlink in Ukraine arose after a recent NYT article on the global risks associated with the dominance of Elon Musk’s SpaceX in the market of space launches and satellite Internet in particular, as well as the report of the chief sergeant of… Read More »No, Russia has not learned how to jam Starlink — there are still no effective EW tools and prevention will not hurt [Recommendations of experts]
How AI news headlines and illustrations influence perceptions of the technology Close your eyes and try to imagine what artificial intelligence looks like. What comes to your mind? A terminator robot with ominous red eyes, a blue human brain that levitates among glittering numbers and formulas, or… Read More »Top 3 myths about artificial intelligence
Stanford researchers studied the evolution of the ChatGPT chatbot. The conclusions are disappointing. AI has gotten dumber in the last few months. This is evidenced by the test results, reports arxiv.org. Scientists decided to carry out this work after complaints from users on the OpenAI forum. They didn’t like the responses… Read More »ChatGPT became worse at answering questions: scientists named the reason
More than a quarter of jobs in OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development) countries involve skills that could be easily automated in the coming artificial intelligence revolution, and workers fear they could lose their jobs to artificial intelligence, the OECD said. The Organization for… Read More »Analytics: 27% of jobs can be filled by artificial intelligence
This month, the investment company Shah Capital Management offered to take Kyivstar, the largest Ukrainian mobile operator, to the stock exchange or sell its share. Shah Capital Management is an American company. She is a minority shareholder of the telecommunications holding Veon (Amsterdam), which owns Kyivstar. It owns 4.95% of… Read More »An American investor offered to sell Kyivstar. How much does it cost? And is it appropriate?
After years of hype around the introduction of 5G, the demand for high-speed communications is still in question. The top three US carriers – AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon – have invested more than $100 billion in their development. the heyday of such content, to put it… Read More »Too Much G: Ahead of 6G, 5G’s potential remains largely untapped – Bloomberg
Corporate networks have long become an integral part of modern business processes for any company. Indeed, the vast majority of the manager’s tools are applications: mail, CRM, Microsoft Office, telephony, corporate chats and messengers, and the workplace has long been transformed from a stationary computer to… Read More »Problems of modern networks and how to solve them
Network slicing has many advantages, flexibility, simplified management, better performance, security and cost reduction, and its use is growing. Network slicing is proving to be an important component of 5G, allowing carriers to partition their network into virtual slices that are independent of each other. This separation of… Read More »What if network slicing was the real driving force behind 5G business adoption?
From January 2 to March 1, 2023, Cable.co.uk experts collected and analyzed data on the cost of 3,356 broadband Internet access packages in 219 countries around the world. As a result, Sudan was found to offer the world’s cheapest broadband internet, with an average cost of US$2.30… Read More »Broadband Internet: where is the cheapest and where is the most expensive?