Author Dawn Bushaus

Managing Editor

Dawn Bushaus began her career in technology journalism in 1989 at Telephony magazine, which means she’s been writing about networking for a quarter century. (She wishes she didn’t have to admit that because it probably gives you a good idea of how old she really is.) In 1996, Dawn joined a team of journalists to start a McGraw-Hill publication called tele.com, and in 2000, she helped a team at Ziff-Davis launch The Net Economy, where she held senior writing and editing positions. Prior to joining TM Forum, she worked as a freelance analyst for Heavy Reading.

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A TM Forum Catalyst is studying explainable AI (XAI), the goal of which is to make machines able to account for the things they learn, in ways humans can understand.

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Can CSPs compete for AI talent and carve out a place for themselves in the digital future? TM Forum’s Chief Analyst Mark Newman hosts a webinar to discuss this and other questions about the role for AI in telecom networks.

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The new year promises significant and rapid advances for 5G, including new 3GPP standards and TM Forum Catalyst proof-of-concept projects.

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