UK housing minister Eddie Hughes calls the government on to focus on the Blockchain technology and benefits it can bring. According to Hughes, Blockchain has the potential to “enable social freedom, to increase efficiency, and to rebuild societal trust.” As a role model for authorities, the minister uses Estonia, which is now considered to be the leader in the Distributed Ledger Technology. His report named Unlocking Blockchain, other than listing Blockchain use cases in details, also refers to AI (Artificial Intelligence) as a key technology to be considered on the par with DLT.
Taking the opportunity to write here on Cointrend I would like to bring up an essential for 2018 topic: artificial intelligence and how Blockchain could improve it.
Let’s take a close look at Artificial Intelligence from a user’s point of view. We’ve all noticed how our privacy is being attacked but we keep ignoring those pesky long texts and putting checkmarks under them. Centralized giants, such as Google, Facebook, Amazon, utilize Machine Learning to collect our personal data and decide what ad or whose publications to show depending on our interests. So basically the most common use of artificial intelligence is dispensing personal data. Doesn’t sound like fun, eh? read more
South Korean leading electronics company Samsung announced the implementation of blockchain in a new logistics platform. The project named Cello 3.0 was created by the Samsung’s subsidiary Samsung SDS and built around artificial intelligence (AI).
“We will provide services to global e-commerce sellers with CelloSquare 3.0, which combines cutting-edge IT with Samsung SDS global logistics operation experience”, read more