I've often said that the term "smart phone" should be replaced with the less catchy but more accurate  "life-assistant" as I've used my phone for years now for everything from paying for parking on the train into work to acting as a train ticket for the underground. So it is going to be fascinating to see what such collaborative efforts in the 5G AI space eventually lead to as new applications start to leverage the capablities that this type of machine learning will allow. As for whether we end up more empowered by AI or end up being more governed by AI we will have to wait and see ... a connected IoT world of smart mobile devices needs data networks with their own "smarts" to keep up with.