As you probably know, startups that combine Blockchain and artificial intelligence technologies are all the rage now. For example, the SingularityNET project, which aims to create a Blockchain ecosystem to host many specialized AI systems, has raised more than $ 150 million from nearly 10,000 investors through an ICO. Other blockchain projects that use artificial intelligence also generate substantial funding
The growing popularity of these startups is understandable: the AI is the future! One of the most promising application areas for artificial intelligence is the health care industry, which explains the emergence of more and more projects. IA in health based on the Blockchain. The million dollar question is whether any of them will succeed?
When you evaluate the chances of success of such projects, you must keep in mind the central idea of artificial intelligence: Otherwise, it is mostly useless. In the case of an AI health care system, you must provide massive amounts of data ("big data"), so that it can learn. The more data you provide, the more accurate the AI becomes.
Big Data Problem
The problem is that massive data is extremely expensive. Small independent neural network developers can only dream of having it. Even corporate giants can hardly afford a sufficient amount of these data! For example, IBM only got about one percent of the bulky data it needed to form its world-renowned artificial intelligence system, Watson, by acquiring a leading provider of data and data. Cloud-based health analytics for $ 2.6 billion
can see, the development of AI for the health care industry is hampered by a lack of health care data market. But are Blockchain-based health projects addressing this problem? The startup of doc.ai, which recently raised about $ 10 million through an ICO, aims to obtain end-user (patient) health care data by providing medical advice in exchange for their medical history. As a rule, only patients who require medical advice will be interested in uploading their health care data to these systems. As the doc.ai NEURON booklet states, "[i] the future [people] will even be able to monetize its health data monthly by renting them to pharmaceutical companies." This does not look like the doc.ai The Golem project and SONM are blockchain projects that are not yet targeting the AI market in the healthcare sector, but they may eventually host AI in healthcare . on their decentralized platforms. However, if Golem or SONM are trying to do it, they will encounter the problem we have already mentioned: a lack of data market on health care. This means that none of them will be able to form its neural networks.
SingularityNET, another potential player in this market, provides an infrastructure for AI hosting and networking. Unfortunately, this does not solve the problem of a lack of access to big health data. According to his white paper, SingularityNET intends to become a dominant provider of AI services in different industries, including healthcare. We are sorry for the SingularityNET investors, but this is not likely to happen because Skychain will take over the dominant part of the health AI market!
Skychain is the only project based on a clear, truly working approach to providing great data for neural network training.
Skychain will provide an infrastructure to host independent neural networks, which will be trained on massive amounts of data sets. reference data and medical research data) uploaded to the Skychain system by data providers. As a result, the neural networks hosted by Skychain will make the most accurate diagnoses and prescribe the most appropriate medical treatment.
You can ask, but how is Skychain going to create a health data market? The answer is, Skychain will offer an economic incentive. Healthcare data providers will receive a reward for each use of any neural network trained in their datasets. As a result, the amount of large data available for neural network training will increase exponentially, and Skychain-hosted AIs will soon become smarter and even more accurate.
Many AI projects in health care will fail to motivate health data providers to share their datasets for training on neural networks. None of the existing blockchain projects for the health care industry seems to offer a viable model for creating a health care data market, so Skychain could be the only hope of high-school medicine. tech
Sale of chips
The Skychain project will pre-sell its chips with a 50% discount from December 18, 2017 to January 7, 2018. Before the ICO, the representatives of Skychain will speak at eight major cryptographic conferences around the world.
More importantly, the Skychain project is based on existing approaches and technologies, and all legal and regulatory issues have been resolved. We therefore hope that all Skychain token buyers will make good profits when the project is implemented.