#TechTuesday! Lol. I'm watching #Blockchain technology for personal (learning) project and thought to add here articles that discuss/suggest alternate usage scenarios than cryptocurrencies, that we read about more often. Hope it's okay. #BlockchainBeyondBitcoin! #3 How do we prevent failures in A.I. such as Microsoft’s offensive chatbot and Tesla’s autopilot car crash? The key to AI performance is the quality and content of the algorithm’s training data. Where Tay went off the rails was by adapting to the conversations it had with real, online users. Those users quickly realized that Tay was mimicking some of their own conversational ticks, and those users decided to amuse themselves by coaching Tay into using offensive language. Blockchain’s "distributed ledger" technology can help keep secure public records of AI training data sets and core algorithms used, with options to track and monitor changes being made in real time, assuring that algorithms cannot be trained by unauthorized personals or without proper licensures. This transparency nature of blockchain ledger system allows A.I. developers to share their work data among peers and competitors, without attribution concerns or illicit code usage fears encouraging a more collaborative AI development environment. Hurdles in real-world adoption of AI algorithms can also be handled favorably without flops. Cool. How blockchain can save AI from itself!