Scope: the main objective is to understand how operators/service providers are adopting artificial intelligence (ai). It will cover understanding details on what ai is being used for, pain-points addressed by using ai, how it is being implemented and which organizations or partners are being used to deliver it. Interviews to be conducted with experts who work in following companies only: at&t, t-mobile, dish, bell, cox communications industry: telecommunications/cable companies focus geography: usa, canada type of interviews: telephonic interview duration: 60 minutes timeline: before 8th march number of experts: 4 expert job title(s): senior executives having experience of using ai services and solutions and have knowledge of network side of the organization. E.G. • senior director / head of network planning and design • senior vp / head of network operations • director of strategy & innovation • director, artificial intelligence • director - network engineering • cto / cio • associate director, advanced analytics • senior vice president - product & technology • director - technology, chief data office screening questions (must qualify below mentioned criteria): must have knowledge of at least 5 of the following ai-specific use cases: • network management and operations • cloud and it operations • enterprise operations (sw-wan, iot, edge) • network design and optimization • ran spectrum and traffic management including oran/smo • network roll out • customer experience management • service assurance • security/fraud and revenue assurance • custom use case • other: monetization, financial forecasting, hr, bid/contract management, marketing, billing/charging, smartbots, other (specify) key pointers for the discussion: 1) where is ai being invested in by operators today and where is it expected to be in the future? 2) which use cases and business functions are using ai and what pain-points are they addressing? 3) which use cases offer the most significant value to the operators? 4) how do operators support their ai projects, what partners do they have? 5) what type of service/product pricing models are best for operators and is it changing? 6) do operators expect spending on ai to increase or decrease in the future?
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