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Samsung Researcher Elected as the Chair of 3GPP Radio Access Network Working Group 1
Samsung Researcher Elected as the Chair of 3GPP Radio Access Network Working Group 1
Samsung Electronics today announced that Dr. Younsun Kim, Master at Samsung Research, was elected as the Chair of RAN WG1 (Radio Access Network Working Group 1) in a 3GPP meeting, held online on May 11. 3GPP is a consortium of seven regional telecommunication standards organizations established in 1998 to develop a unified global standard for mobile telecommunications.

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    It’s noteworthy that both Sun Tzu, a famous military strategist in the East, and Al Pacino’s Michael Corleone, the main character of the Western film “The Godfather,” adhere to the same strategy: “Keep your friends close and your enemies closer.” This tells us the importance and relevance of being vigilant against enemy threats. Today, this philosophy is especially relevant in the field of cybersecurity.
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    The number of Free/Libre and Open Source Software (FLOSS) projects is increasing every year, and the community has a goal to maintain high quality code, documentation, testing and, of course, a high level of security.
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    Recent successes in machine learning have led to numerous Artificial Intelligence applications, such as automatic translation and chatbots. However, the effectiveness of these systems is limited by their opaqueness: predictions made by the machine learning models cannot be easily understood by humans, and hence it is hard to discern what the model learns well and what it doesn’t — which is a fundamental step to build more robust AI systems.
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    Lan Xiao Federico Fancellu

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