5G, the snake biting its tail

The European Commission (EC) recently issued a statement pressing for a better collaboration among member states to accelerate 5G deployments, including cutting red tape, improving access to spectrum and cross-border coordination on frequency assignment. The document insists on the diversity of uses of 5G: connected automated mobility, eHealth, energy management, smart manufacturing, safety applications, … In addition, 5G is also expected to become the “eyes and ears” of Artificial Intelligence systems as it will provide real-time data collection and analysis. From its inception, the goal of 5G was to be a “unified future-proof platform,” including a wide variety of usages, hence a wide vari

UK ID project: Nessie is back!

We all know Anglo-Saxon countries are reluctant to national ID programs: ID cards are unheard of in the US, the UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. However, every so often, like Nessie, the Loch Ness monster, governments in these countries come up with a new ID project, they debate for a while, set up specifications, even go through field tests… and, so far, none of these project has come to fruition. Will it be different this time? The UK government recently announced proposals to create digital ‘ID cards’ for British citizens thanks to the development of a new Digital Identity Strategy under the auspices of the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS). This digital ID wou

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