Post Idea: AIoT Blockchain

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Convergence of Blockchain, IoT, and AI

This paper gives a non-technical and theoretical description and forecast of the interaction between AI, blockchain, and IoT. Non-technical studies such as these may have major contribution and play crucial roles in allowing for researchers to access the true potential of more technical ones.
The larger the quantity of data produced by IoT devices, the better the AI’s performance will be. IoT devices naturally have limited data storage capabilities, and this is precisely where blockchain’s scalability plays a role of key importance.

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That’s a great suggestion! Are you familiar with any paper that explores AI in the context of bots? That could be interesting as well :)

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Thanks for the reply Lucas,
In my experience, most works and commentaries that mention the overlap between AI and blockchain tend to go in one of three directions: smart contracts (rule-based system regulations, neural graphs, neural networks, etc.), certainly trading bots as you mentioned, and also blockchain as a storage mechanism for AI models. I’d love to do more research in each of these directions, and in terms of further research after this paper, AI in trading bots would definitely be a good place to start.

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Sounds like a great research path – excited to read your summary on Convergence of Blockchain, IoT, and AI, it’s a good starting point for coverage in this area.

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I saw you posted in the other thread that @rncd created about autonomic computing models, so it might be beneficial to collaborate on research in that both parties have an interest in automated modeling. Not to say that is the only way to approach doing research on this subject, but I have found that checking with other researchers who have a similar interest tends to accelerate the work of all collaborating parties.

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This is a good idea to examine a combined study of all of these technologies. We are in a great need for advanced technologies to securely handle and efficiently process big data. Looking at some current trends:

  1. GPT-3 enabled on Microsoft Power Fx has the capability to generate a program through the power of NLP.
  2. IBM Hyperledger Fabric platform may boost the practicality of blockchains.
  3. IoT with 5G may bring massive data to the cloud.
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Welcome to the forum, Yu Wei Nien! Feel free to introduce yourself in our chat or if you have any questions.

How might GPT-3 and its successors affect search? Would it be possible that search might one day be replaced with GPT-3?

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Yes, if you look at Google IO this year, they announce Multitask Unified Model (MUM) for search. GPT-3 or BERT might be the one of the engines beyond that service, but ultimately, the trend seems to make it more intellegent…, doesn’t know if there is a better word for that.

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Interesting read. I found the use case of turning public assets into blockchain-based AIoT devices particularly appealing. Setting up “smart” tire inflators, tokenizing their ownership on a blockchain, and selling the tokens to local investors, for example, would make for a fascinating social experiment.

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@rncd I remembered you had an excellent thread on here about AI and I wondered if you might be interested in weighing in on this idea for another summary

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I’ve recently come across this publication by Stanford:

It provides an excellent use-case for blockchains in the context of Machine Learning.

Definitely worth a read. Could also be a great paper to summarize!

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I will probably add this to my list of articles to summarize.

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