Blockchain systems and ubiquitous computing are changing the way we do business and lead our lives. Its easy to compare blockchain with multi-agents systems communication a technology, which provides a way for multiple interacting intelligent agents (kind of swarm intelligence) to communicate with each other and with environment.
Blockchain systems and ubiquitous computing are changing the way we do business and lead our lives. Its easy to compare blockchain with multi-agents systems communication a technology, which provides a way for multiple interacting intelligent agents to communicate with each other and with environment.
DeepBrain Chain (DBC), has announced that it is now the world's first blockchain-driven AICP (Artificial Intelligence Computing Platform). DBC project serves as a global resource scheduling and resource sharing for AI computing. It allows small businesses without big GPU budgets to leverage the large number of idle GPUs of larger organizations. Increasing the efficiency of utilization and scheduling of resources globally lead to a positive impact on the cost reduction of AI business computing. The aim of DBC is to offer a decentralized AICP which is safe, flexible, private, and low cost.
Google, Tencent, IBM, Facebook and other big tech companies have revolutionized distributed computing -- dividing up computing tasks among multiple machines for efficient scalable processing. But their distributed processing tools are still very centralized, and focused on specific tasks orchestrated by central controllers working to achieve very specific goals. The next step beyond this is an approach that is decentralized as well as distributed. This would use a huge number of machines around the world in a scalable way, but in a manner that allows the various machines in the network to all contribute to setting the goals and setting the agenda, via their interactions amongst each other. This way one can create what is basically a digital biological organism, growing minute by minute on computers around the world, ingesting data and currency and wisdom from people and software systems, and delivering value to businesses and end users in every country and every vertical market.
After a surprisingly robust 2017, our collective attentions now turn to the new year, and many questions arise as to what will happen in 2018. Some developments will likely be obvious extensions to themes or ideas that started to take hold over the past 12 months, but there are always a few surprises as well. Exactly what those unexpected developments prove to be is virtually impossible to foretell, but here's a reasoned look at some key themes I expect to drive important advances in the tech industry in 2018.
We are now immersed in the digital age, and the integration of technology into our everyday lives is reaching Minority Report levels. Technological ventures such as the life-altering Internet of Things and artificial intelligence, which had once seemed part of the deep future, are now in existence. While there is immense buzz around the real-life applications of virtual reality, augmented reality has recently emerged as the more practical application.
"The Computer Society's predictions, based on a deep-dive analysis by a team of leading technology experts, identify top-trending technologies that hold extensive disruptive potential for 2018," said Jean-Luc Gaudiot, IEEE Computer Society President. "The vast computing community depends on the Computer Society as the provider for relevant technology news and information, and our predictions directly align with our commitment to keeping our community well-informed and prepared for the changing technological landscape of the future."