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The pandemic situation facing the world today has sparked a social debate about where the limits of violating freedom in the name of public security lie. The resulting global blockades turned out to be highly controversial COVID-19.

Ocean Protocol

Loss of privacy has become a widely discussed issue recently. On this issue, among others, Member of the Board Ocean Protocol, Bruce Pon.

In his opinion, technology can provide a solution to current problems blockchain and artificial intelligence.

Ocean Protocol is a decentralized exchange protocol recognized as a pioneer in blockchain and networking Web 3.

Responsible for unlocking data for artificial intelligence, while maintaining privacy and security, based on blockchain technology. The project concept is based on a data economy that can be transferred and shared without centralized intermediaries. Blockchain technology provides complete information about data, including where it comes from and who owns it.

Blockchain as support for artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence specialists spend too much time verifying and obtaining data, instead of focusing on improving AI solutions. Blockchain technology may prove to be helpful in this matter. Centralized markets around the world have copies of data on their servers, without ensuring the necessary transparency, allowing to verify what happens to it after the transfer from these servers.

Meanwhile, Ocean Protocol shares data without revealing it. Using the address Ethereumrecognizable by smart contracts, provides protection for the so-called pseudonymity and correctness of conducted operations.

Such a solution allows the development of artificial intelligence models while making data available in a safe and confidential manner, with their owners having an influence on the conditions of this process.

Ocean Protocol token it is used as an exchange unit for the acquisition and disposal of data and services based on artificial intelligence. On the other hand, tools from the DeFi group (for example, Ubisoft) allow for quick and efficient conversion.

Data privacy in the age of a pandemic

In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, decentralized technologies have become more important. Ocean Protocol, together with the other actors involved, is working on developing a set of potential opportunities for a decentralized data economy.

The project representatives see great potential in initiating cooperation between scientists and programmers, which is to be carried out in accordance with the assumption of a new way of sharing data.

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