Telstra’s Network Engineering Executive Channa Seneviratne says 5G will drive the next wave of the industrial revolution, specifically with advances in machine learning, analytics and artificial intelligence. Presented by Telstra.
Telstra’s Network Engineering Executive Channa Seneviratne says 5G will drive the next wave of the industrial revolution, specifically with advances in machine learning, analytics and artificial intelligence.\n\nThe new cellular network technology could contribute $12 trillion to the global economy by 2035, which Mr Seneviratne says Australia will also see benefits from.\n
Telstra’s Network Engineering Executive Channa Seneviratne says 5G will drive the next wave of the industrial revolution, specifically with advances in machine learning, analytics and artificial intelligence. The new cellular network technology could contribute $12 trillion to the global economy by 2035, which Mr Seneviratne says Australia will also see benefits from.Read more: Sky News Australia
Telstra It WILLbe driving 1000’s to the medical rooms for cancer diagnosis and internal organ problems and much more Telstra I half expected them to say 5G was going to eliminate poverty and bring world peace.
The science is clear; we've more to fear from baby monitors than 5GDanger claims don't stack up when you examine the radio frequencies used, or measure the power levels compared to common household appliances | adam_turner adam_turner The morons of the world won’t believe it, look at the anti vaccination movement. adam_turner . They’ll dream up some hocus-pocus to get around radio-waves being non-ionising. It will be something to do with thermal radiation. So, how 5G will cook our brains like a microwave oven, or something. You watch.
Cost of Australian housing driving inequality | Sky News AustraliaThe poorest fifth of Australian workers are pouring more of their income into housing costs than ever before.\n\nAnalysis from the Grattan Institute shows 29 per cent of incomes were spent on housing costs, up from 21.9 per cent in 1995. \n\nFor the richest fifth, in 2018 9.4 per cent of gross income was spent on housing costs, compared to 9.3 per cent in 1995. \n\nDisposable income also grew twice as much for the richest Australians when compared to the nation's poorest.\n\nImage: Getty No no SloMo said there is no inequality.
Australia successfully retains the Ashes on foreign soil | Sky News AustraliaAustralia has retained the Ashes on day five of the fourth Test at Old Trafford.\n\nNeeding eight wickets to secure the Urn away from home for the first time since 2001, the tourists were forced to work all day before they finally sealed a 185-run victory.\n\nJason Roy and Joe Denly began the day at the crease and thwarted the Aussie attack for a while, before the hero of Day Four struck again.\n\nPat Cummins dismissed the struggling Roy for 31, and then claimed the big scalp of Ben Stokes. \n\nWickets were falling steadily for the home side, who were 8\u002F178 shortly after tea.\n\nA gutsy effort from Craig Overton and Jack Leach threatened to cut short the Aussie celebrations, but eventually they broke through.\n\nSteve Smith was named player of the match for his 211 in the first dig.\n\nImage: AP What happened to 'man of the match' PC crap from Sky.
Protestors call for Trump to ‘liberate’ Hong Kong | Sky News AustraliaThousands of protestors have gathered in Hong Kong for a 14th weekend of demonstrations where crowds chanted the US national anthem and called on President Donald Trump to “liberate” the Chinese-ruled city.\n\nHordes of people marched past the US Consulate pleading for American lawmakers to get involved as they prepare to discuss a bill demonstrators hope will lead to possible sanctions against China and Hong Kong. \n\nBy the end of the day, the peaceful protests descended into violence.\n\nChief Executive Carrie Lam announced on Wednesday that the controversial China extradition bill — which has been the main catalyst of the protests — would be withdrawn.\n\nImage: AP NigeriaNewsdesk this is what we call a popular mass protest. Not the tiny group of hooligans in South Africa. Sorry HK, here in the West we won’t do anything about Chinese aggression. They will come and massacre all of you and we will do nothing. Just like we did after the Tiananmen Square massacre. Money speaks louder than human rights. Sorry 😐. HKPoliceState When the power, cell phone network, internet, satellite access jammed and all media is turned off, that’s when it will begin!
‘Cringeworthy’ to mention bushfires are all to do with climate change | Sky News AustraliaThe Institute of Public Affairs’ Evan Mulholland says one of the more “cringeworthy things” raised amidst the “devastation of bush fires” is a green politician “claiming it is all to do with climate change”.\n\n“It’s really harrowing at a time where families are going through the worst,” he said.\n\nSpeaking to Sky News, Mr Mulholland said “we economically hamstring ourselves”, despite Australia contributing just 1.3 per cent of global carbon emissions, so “it won’t make a difference in the scheme of things”. \n\nImage: News Corp Australia evmulholland Cringeworthy to assert that increased frequency of bushfires has NOTHING to do with global warming. evmulholland And yet..science evmulholland Must be pretty awkward to be in the climate denial business right now🏭📈🔥
Welfare changes ‘a clever ploy’ to distract from economy | Sky News AustraliaSky News contributor Stephen Conroy says proposed changes to enforce drug tests on welfare recipients is another “clever ploy” by Prime Minister Scott Morrison to distract from the economy.\n\n“In a week where the economy has tanked into almost negative growth he’s pulled the hoary old chestnut out, finding a new way to beat up on welfare recipients, as a complete distraction,” Mr Conroy said. \n\nImage: Getty\n your a joke conroy labor with conroy tried to destroy the media tried to destroy free speech now gutless conroy pretends to be the media which labor conroy tried to destroy conroy Gillard labor the enemy of free speech and freedom How good are liberal recessions 😂 Why not build up the public service and go after the big companies & high wealth individuals not paying their fair share of tax? Or raise revenue by not giving cash tax refunds to people who didn't pay tax?