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Learning to fly

Flying drones with the help of Reinforcement Learning has been the task this summer for Jonas and Sven, two students doing an internship in the Machine Intelligence and Automation research area at Ericsson Research in Kista, Sweden.

Students from many different fields join Ericsson Research for internships or thesis work. You could be next. Follow our blog to learn more about the students at Ericsson Research during the summer of 2018.

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Exploring Ericsson Big Data research program – Summer in the Labs

Vaishnavi is a 23-year-old master’s student from Blekinge Institute of Technology in Karlskrona, Sweden. Read about how she integrated programming, principles of algorithm design, machine learning and industrial economic practices in development in her post.

Students from many different fields join Ericsson Research for internships or thesis work. You could be next. Follow our blog to learn about the students at Ericsson Research during the summer 2017.

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Machine intelligence collaboration – Summer in the Labs

Developer Sandra joined Ericsson Research as an intern this summer. She has been working with machine intelligence in a research project that was a collaboration between an industrial production company, Chalmers University in Gothenburg, Sweden, and Ericsson. Here, she shares some of the things she has achieved and what it is like sharing a workspace with our experts.

Students from many different fields join Ericsson Research for internships or thesis work. You could be next. Follow our blog to learn about the students at Ericsson Research during the summer 2017.

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5 tech trends you need to know about

Being an engineer has probably never been more interesting than it is today, with such rapid advances in technology and how this impacts both our daily life and our work at Ericsson. New devices, inventions, solutions, and tools appear every day alongside the ongoing digitization of all kinds of industries.
It’s hard for anyone to be updated, but to help, our CTO, Erik Ekudden, has just published a new article examining what he sees as the five most significant trends in technology evolution.

Inspired by his list, I have some personal reflections on technology evolution.

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Exploring radio with Machine Learning – Summer in the Labs

Sven is a 21-year-old computer science and engineering student from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden. Read about his task of increasing the performance within the Radio Access Network, why machine learning is so interesting and other experiences from his internship.

Students from many different fields join Ericsson Research for internships or thesis work. You could be next. Follow our blog to learn about the students at Ericsson Research this summer.

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Machines – our partners rather than replacements?

The interaction of humans with machines is full of hidden pitfalls. Sometimes machines are seen as dumb because you need to use a strict way of interacting with them, and a slight deviance results in failure or malfunction. Because of that, there is a general fear that machines controlling our environment might result in dangers to our society.

But, what if we were able to have more human-like machines? Ones that understand malformed sentences and ask for more information when required to make a decision?

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Drive profitability further with analytics

CTO office reflection
Ever-changing smartphone usage behavior and the implications of advanced technical features put high demands on today’s mobile network operators. As operators and other enterprises begin to realize their potential as digital agents towards end-customers, from both telecommunications and Internet-of-Things perspectives, they need to transform their businesses into becoming more data driven.

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