The hidden risks of 5G communication
Dear Sir, — 5G is the latest development in wireless communication. We’re promised faster internet with greater capacity. We are bombarded with glossy adverts promoting 5G as our future, greater convenience, new opportunities.
The 5G agenda is vast and includes 200bn transmitting objects, according to estimates, that will be part of the Internet of Things (IoT) by 2020, with one trillion transmitting objects a few years later. 5G is meant to usher in more robotics, artificial intelligence and autonomous vehicles, including 5G antennas installed inside cars — behind our heads and irradiating our brains — so we can talk to people in other vehicles and instruct our driverless cars on where to take us.
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