A recent study by CTIA highlights the importance of 5G fixed wireless access (FWA) in narrowing the digital divide. The technology is capable of bringing high speed internet to 8.4 million households in need.
Careful Fund Allocation Will Bridge Digital Divide
Achieving universal broadband by equipping every American with the transformative power of digital tools, social networks and online platforms would be a milestone accomplishment, but simply appropriating funding does not guarantee success
IIA Brings Together Social Justice Leaders
Participants in the “Connected Roundtable” reached consensus on three cornerstones of a solution to help low-income families cover internet costs beyond the pandemic
A new robot developed by Facebook Connectivity traverses and installs fiber-optic cable atop telephone wire at a much quicker pace than traditional installation methods, slashing time and costs associated with connecting underserved communities.
The research collaboration BrainGate has developed a brain-computer interface using artificial intelligence that interprets neural activity generated during handwriting and translates that data to text.
Students from around the world recently took part in the Indy Autonomous Challenge, where teams used roughly 40,000 lines of programmed code to navigate a track at speeds of up to 150 mph without a driver.
A recent Quinnipiac poll shows over two thirds of Americans view social media companies like Facebook and Twitter as doing more harm than good, but only half think the government should play a role in regulating these companies.