Helping Vodafone connect with its new big tech vision
Miha Röthl, the company’s big data technology lead, wants to harness the power of artificial intelligence for good
Between 5G rollout, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, it is a truly complex time in tech. What we’re dealing with, far removed from the pandemic or any election, is complicated.
And it’s even more so for Miha Röthl. The principal big data technology lead at Vodafone Ireland needs to be able to make the technologies available to us now relevant while also working out what is going to happen next and what...
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