In Ireland researchers at the Walton Institute have identified higher frequency ranges that are being considered for 6G communication which are absorbed by specific gases in the atmosphere. This makes it possible that greenhouse gas emissions from individual dairy farms could soon be measured using artificial intelligence technology which works by using the next generation mobile phone network. The researchers have designed machine-learning algorithms that could be integrated into wireless communication infrastructure to measure gas concentrations in the atmosphere on the basic principle that higher concentrations of certain gases lead to higher absorption of wireless signals at specific wireless frequencies. Each gas has its own absorption profile that is unique. This means that individual gases could be monitored in real time.