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Engineering Smart and Secure Networks using Game Theory and Machine Learning - Shared screen with speaker view
Brigitte BRUN
18:44
Good morning from Berlin
Danielle Alice Desanges Aucéane THIAM MÉKÀ de GOGUENHEIM
19:13
Morning greetings from Cameroon
Prakash Ramchandran
19:54
greetings from silicon valley
Markus Maaß
21:20
Good Morning from Mainz (Germany)
Charles Beraza
33:04
greeting from Cergy Pontoise !
AZIZUL AZIZAN
36:08
good day from KL, Malaysia
AQEEL SAADOON
38:14
good day from baghdad
Vishnu Ram
45:21
Welcome to all, Kindly type your Questions in the Q&A box.
Prakash Ramchandran
48:14
whew did you use Game Theory - in models?
Thomas Basikolo - ITU
50:37
Thank you for joining us for this Challenge webinar.Please feel free to ask brief questions in the Q&A tab and use the chat function to message everyoneChallenge Website: https://aiforgood.itu.int/ai-ml-in-5g-challenge/2021 problem statements: https://challenge.aiforgood.itu.int/matchToday’s event page: https://aiforgood.itu.int/event/engineering-smart-and-secure-networks-using-game-theory-and-machine-learning/Next event/webinar: https://aiforgood.itu.int/event/learning-to-communicate/Join our Slack Channel to keep updatedhttps://join.slack.com/t/itu-challenge/shared_invite/zt-eql00z05-CXelo7_aL0nHGM7xDDvTmA
Prakash Ramchandran
57:55
Have you tried using blockchain with gametheory forplatooning?
Prakash Ramchandran
01:00:58
Great presentaion
Thomas Basikolo - ITU
01:14:40
more events (past and future) can be accessed here: https://aiforgood.itu.int/eventcat/ai-ml-in-5g/
Tansu Alpcan
01:25:43
Thank you for the very nice questions and moderation.
Tansu Alpcan
01:26:30
Thank you for the very nice questions
Tansu Alpcan
01:26:44
Good bye