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Returning the Favor: What Wireless Networking Can Offer to AI and Edge Learning

by   Sameh Sorour, et al.

Machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) have recently made a significant impact on improving the operations of wireless networks and establishing intelligence at the edge. In return, rare efforts were made to explore how adapting, optimizing, and arranging wireless networks can contribute to implementing ML/AI at the edge. This article aims to address this void by setting a vision on how wireless networking researchers can leverage their expertise to return the favor to edge learning. It will review the enabling technologies, summarize the inaugural works on this path, and shed light on different directions to establish a comprehensive framework for mobile edge learning (MEL).


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