Zonto

Independent sources estimate ICO ZONTO highly rated -

  • ZONTO is a complex of software products, solutions, services and technologies aggregated in a single platform.
  • ZONTO system has several functional modules inside, which are collaborating with each other.
  • Synergistic effect gained through the ZONTO modules collaboration produces signfiicant benefits to the all participants using ZONTO as the  means of communication, business, entertainment or purchases.
  • The goal of ZONTO developer was to create a scalable, flexible, continuously evolving and self-learning system using blockchain technology.
  • ZONTO has collected $ 247,000 in the pre-sale on 28th August 2017.

Zonto ICO rating (4.2 out of 5) and credibility, team, presentation, tokens and financial data – The digital ecosystem of the future. A single tool for interacting in various sphere of usage.
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The Move Towards Healthcare Blockchains

  • Earlier this year Google’s British AI division DeepMind announced the launch of a blockchain like ledger for managing healthcare data.
  • The tokens, known as PTY, will be traded via a secure, closed loop ledger system that aims to connect up all parties in the healthcare ecosystem to allow for the exchange of health data within a highly-secure, blockchain powered health information exchange (HIE).
  • The company believe that their use of blockchain will encourage providers to offer better care to patients, whilst also adopting innovative practices that join up care more effectively through the sharing of patient data.
  • Using blockchain technology, Patientory encrypts medical patient information in hospitals and insurance companies so that it is not centralized data, but it is distributed, thus meeting HIPAA Security Rules.
  • We are certainly in the midst of a digital health revolution however, and whilst I’m not sure that blockchain will play an inevitable role in providing secure and patient centered data, it will it seems inevitably play its part in our move in that direction.

Earlier this year Google’s British AI division DeepMind announced the launch of a blockchain like ledger for managing healthcare data.  The aim is t…
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Most Viable Use for Blockchain Might Be in Creation of World’s Largest Supercomputer

  • In fact, the most natural and immediately viable use for Blockchain may be in the creation of the world’s largest supercomputer via distributed computation.
  • Because of that, users who are not maximizing their computational power can make some money on the side by renting computer power via a peer-to-peer Blockchain network and make a little side cash.
  • The overall effect of such a system would be massive computing power, beyond the scale of any available system.
  • Because of the nature of the Blockchain with distributed ledgers, the computation could actually be shifted to where data is being processed and therefore avoid the inevitable lag that happens with centralized cloud servers.
  • The flexibility of the distributed ledger system means that each user could have a simple account, with dynamic pricing driven by feedback.

The most natural and immediately viable use for Blockchain may be in the creation of the world’s largest supercomputer via distributed computation.
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The Move Towards Healthcare Blockchains

  • Earlier this year Google’s British AI division DeepMind announced the launch of a blockchain like ledger for managing healthcare data.
  • The tokens, known as PTY, will be traded via a secure, closed loop ledger system that aims to connect up all parties in the healthcare ecosystem to allow for the exchange of health data within a highly-secure, blockchain powered health information exchange (HIE).
  • The company believe that their use of blockchain will encourage providers to offer better care to patients, whilst also adopting innovative practices that join up care more effectively through the sharing of patient data.
  • Using blockchain technology, Patientory encrypts medical patient information in hospitals and insurance companies so that it is not centralized data, but it is distributed, thus meeting HIPPA Security Rules.
  • We are certainly in the midst of a digital health revolution however, and whilst I’m not sure that blockchain will play an inevitable role in providing secure and patient centered data, it will it seems inevitably play its part in our move in that direction.

Earlier this year Google’s British AI division DeepMind announced the launch of a blockchain like ledger for managing healthcare data.  The aim is t…
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The Science of AI and the Art of Social Responsibility

The Science of #AI and the Art of Social Responsibility. #bigdata

  • But the transformational nature of artificial intelligence requires new metrics of success for our profession.
  • This year alone at least 1 billion people will be touched in some way by artificial intelligence, which is transforming everything from financial services to transportation, energy, education and retail.
  • And why IBM is a founding member of the Partnership on AI, a collaboration among Google, Amazon, Facebook, Microsoft, Apple and many scientific and nonprofit organizations charged with guiding the development of artificial intelligence to the benefit of society.
  • Opportunity: Developers of AI applications should accept the responsibility of enabling students, workers and citizens to take advantage of every opportunity in the new economy powered by cognitive systems.
  • They should help them acquire the skills and knowledge to engage safely, securely and effectively in a relationship with cognitive systems, and to perform the new kinds of work and jobs that will emerge in a cognitive economy.

By Guru Banavar, IBM’s Chief Science Officer for Cognitive Computing
I am a computer scientist and engineer, inspired by the art of the possible an…
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Knife crime: Why are more youths carrying knives?

  • “We’re very much focusing on what we can do as a society, to make sure young people don’t carry knives,” she says.
  • “No-one is born with a knife, but what people are also not born with is purpose.
  • But Dontae says people are not scared of jail.
  • “It needs sentence for carrying the knife itself.
  • Sentences for knife crime have increased over the past 18 months.

Knife crime is on the rise across the UK, but why are more young people carrying knives?
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First Independent Audit of Pretty Easy Privacy Tool Reveals Four Critical Bugs – The Merkle

First Independent Audit of Pretty Easy Privacy Tool Reveals Four Critical Bugs #blockchain

  • First Independent Audit of Pretty Easy Privacy Tool Reveals Four Critical Bugs
  • The first of the audits has been completed successfully and was conducted by German company SektionEins.
  • Once the audit was completed, the Outlook-version of Pretty Easy Privacy received an update.
  • Pretty Easy Privacy, an open-sourced tool focusing on promoting encrypted communication, will be released to the public in the coming months.
  • The Pretty Easy Privacy tool, which focuses on encrypted communication, has gone through its first audit.

Privacy and security are two topics that have gained importance as of late. Albeit Internet users should have respected these values quite some time ago, it has taken several data breaches and other hacks before consumers saw the light at the end of the tunnel. The Pretty Easy Privacy tool, which focuses on encrypted communication, has gone through its first audit.
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BBC Radio 4

  • Negative interest rates, paying banks for holding our funds, violates this established norm.
  • Five central banks, which together oversee a quarter of the world’s economy, have opted to impose negative rates on the commercial banks that must use their services.
  • The payment of interest goes back to the Babylonians.
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@BitcoinRat: “thoughtful programme by @martinwolf_ @BBCRadio4 current dire & unsustainable state of our economy. bitcoin anyone?”


Martin Wolf examines how the search to revive growth is testing the norms of economics.


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