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An Introduction to the Matrix AI Network


A brief overview of the Matrix AI Network to get you started. Please Note: This article is meant as an introduction to newcomers. It will be periodically updated as necessary. Any suggestions to the format can be submitted in the comments below. The Matrix AI Network consists of two major components: an AI-training platform and a high-performance AI-enhanced public blockchain.

Artificial Intelligence BlockCloud (AIBC) Technical Whitepaper Machine Learning

The AIBC is an Artificial Intelligence and blockchain technology based large-scale decentralized ecosystem that allows system-wide low-cost sharing of computing and storage resources. The AIBC consists of four layers: a fundamental layer, a resource layer, an application layer, and an ecosystem layer. The AIBC implements a two-consensus scheme to enforce upper-layer economic policies and achieve fundamental layer performance and robustness: the DPoEV incentive consensus on the application and resource layers, and the DABFT distributed consensus on the fundamental layer. The DABFT uses deep learning techniques to predict and select the most suitable BFT algorithm in order to achieve the best balance of performance, robustness, and security. The DPoEV uses the knowledge map algorithm to accurately assess the economic value of digital assets.

AI Blockchain: A Peek into the Future


Nowadays two new technologies are roaring in the tech world – Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain. Both of these technologies have the potential to revolutionize the world. But the most discussed topic so far is that, whether these two can really be beneficial for each other. We already know that blockchain has the capability to offer a decentralized ledger system and many are already adopting the tech. On the other hand, Artificial Intelligence also started to streamlining processes for our benefit. But can blockchain based AI be the next technological milestone? Well, let's see if blockchain is really capable of powering AI or not. Artificial Intelligent is the simulation of human-like intelligence through computer systems. Usually, these computer systems are programmed in a way to mimic human-like actions. Apparently, the process is utterly complex as human activities are complicated to simulate. But the primary ability of artificial intelligence would be too rationalize like humans and take actions based on intellectual thinking.

Five Blockchain Projects Using Artificial Intelligence UseTheBitcoin


Along with the advent of blockchain, artificial intelligence is an innovation that could change the world. As cryptocurrencies have grown more popular in use and application, so too are the number of projects focused on fusing these two technologies together. This blockchain project has become known worldwide for creating the robot called Sophia, the first robot ever to have citizenship. Thanks to this, it's one of the most recognized and prominent projects when it comes to blockchain and AI. Singularity is a decentralized AI marketplace created for the development and funding of AI projects.

Blockchain Platforms: One Chain To Rule Them All? – Hacker Noon


To the outside world, today's hot topics are "is Bitcoin a bubble", and "where can I get Ripple?" But people are missing the point. They're missing the fundamental question that we should all be asking. I don't believe that today's focus should revolve around whether or not Bitcoin will still be around a few years from now. A more intriguing question is: "how will blockchain really change the world?" And even that question fails to consider whether the blockchains we have today can actually support these world changing applications. However, this exponentially growing market will continue to strongly highlight whether Blockchains can or could support a decentralised world. In this piece, we'll cover a handful of concepts and ideas and go into some technical aspects. I'll try not to delve too deep into individual concepts, so feel free to research further any of the topics we cover. It was Steve Jobs in his basement, Neil Armstrong walking on the moon, the caveman harnessing fire. It was the first digitally scarce asset.