OmniIndex’s AI engine is very specific in its tasks (Narrow). Its job is to determine what a user is requesting, then based on a range of dictionaries, lexicons and thesauruses (referred to as ‘ontologies’), work out an optimal response. These responses are then put through a separate probability matrix before being sent back to the user.
Q: Let’s start with a broad and fairly obvious question! What does data security and privacy mean to you? Security means my privacy. My data, my choice. It also means responsibility, because any custodian of data has to ensure they keep the data in their care safe from anybody who should not have access to […]
OmniIndex CEO Simon Bain discusses the OmniIndex Blockchain Over the past 12 months or so my views on Blockchain have changed dramatically. I’ve gone from asking “How is this viable within an organization’s trust model?”, to “How is it possible that organizations are not seeing the benefits of a Hybrid Blockchain?” So what has changed? […]