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Can AI 'Bank On' Blockchain To Power Science & Medicine's Future Progress?

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A robot holding a human brain in a virtual display isolated on a binary data numbered background, as an Artificial Intelligence (AI) in futuristic digital technology and medical concept/3-D illustration. The last few decades have witnessed innovations in modern medicine, science and technology at a much faster rate than at any time before in history. A large portion of the credit goes to computers, for helping us solve problems more efficiently and therefore at a faster pace. Most recently, this has included the rise of Artificial Intelligence (AI), machine learning as well as neural networks that can simulate human thought patterns. They can then apply their more efficient brains to issues that desperately require resolution, many of which are in STEM fields like medicine or cryptography.


Can AI Bank On Blockchain To Power Science & Medicine's Future Progress?

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The last few decades have witnessed innovations in modern medicine, science and technology at a much faster rate than at any time before in history. A large portion of the credit goes to computers, for helping us solve problems more efficiently and therefore at a faster pace. Most recently, this has included the rise of Artificial Intelligence (AI), machine learning as well as neural networks that can simulate human thought patterns. They can then apply their more efficient brains to issues that desperately require resolution, many of which are in STEM fields like medicine or cryptography. STEM stands for science, technology, engineering and mathematics, but a far wider range of academic disciplines fall under this description.


Patented Technology Behind Thought Network Changes Data Processing As We Know It

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For thousands of years, humans have recognized patterns, gathered and analyzed data. Identifying patterns and using this information has been key to our evolution, as well as playing an important role in our pastime activities. Whether it is making a difference between animals that want to kill us and those who don't, categorizing plants based on their edibility, seeing patterns in the stars, or creating algorithms that know exactly which cat video we want to see next on Youtube. Although data and pattern recognition have been around forever, the way we use, store and spread this information has changed drastically. While at the beginning we had to rely on word-of-mouth and cave drawings to spread knowledge, nowadays we can store and spread trillions of gigabytes of information without much effort.


The best crypto is anyone's guess: Bitcoin and 11 more cryptocurrencies you need to know

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While you're probably at least passingly familiar with Bitcoin, what the heck is Dogecoin? With all the noise -- and it's fair to say, craziness -- associated with cryptocurrency, we thought you might like a bit of an overview. Like the off-the-rails GameStop stock hack, the cryptocurrency Dogecoin has been on a bit of an undeserved roll. And, because what's a fake currency without a bonkers billionaire, much of Dogecoin's recent moment (and that of Bitcoin, too) can be attributed to Elon Musk and his fondness for tweeting. In this article, we'll take a quick look at the 12 cryptocurrencies we find most interesting. If you haven't heard of many of them, you're not alone. There are, of course, a whole lot more than twelve cryptocurrencies out there. Some of these are, well, let's just say that if you read the whole article, you'll find a currency based on the market value of weed.


Bitcoin Aside, Can Blockchain Boost Enterprise IoT Adoption And Speed Up ROI?

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A close up abstract of a mainboard electronic computer background to illustrate the Internet of Things (IoT). There is certainly much excitement these days surrounding the Internet of Things (IoT), which has become one the most hyped expressions in technology across industries as well as government. Projected to have 25 billion end-points connected to the global network come 2021, its growth is driven by both consumer and enterprise adoption. Highlighting what is in store, it has been predicted by IDC that in 2025 a total of 180 trillion gigabytes of new data will be generated in that year from around 80 billion connected devices. And, the amount of data from IoT that will be analyzed and utilized to change business processes will be as large as the amount of all the data created in 2020.