Blockchain with Machine Learning - The ultimate industry disruptor
The fusion of blockchain and machine learning is an ultimate game changer. Machine learning relies on high volume of data to build models for accurate prediction. A lot of the challenges incurred in getting this data lies in collecting, organizing and auditing the data for accuracy. This is an area that can significantly be improved by using blockchain technology. By using smart contracts, data can be directly and reliably transferred straight from its place of origin. Smart contracts could, however, improve the whole process significantly by using digital signatures.
Blockchain is a good candidate to store sensitive information that should not be modified in any way. Machine learning works on the principle of “Garbage In, Garbage Out,” which means that if the data that was used to build a prediction model was corrupted in any way, the resultant model would not be of much use either. Combining both these technologies creates an industry disruptor which leverages the power of both Blockchain and Machine learning.
Outline/Structure of the Talk
1. Introduction to Blockchain with Machine Learning
2. Advantages of combining these two technologies
3. Cloud integration with Microsoft Azure
4. Industry use cases from FinTech, Logistics and Healthcare sectors
Participants will be able to understand how these two technologies are creating an impact across Industries. Biggest take away will be seeing the Industry level use cases and benefits.
Cloud implementation will also be demoed as part of this session.
Machine Learning and Blockchain enthusiast and practitioners
Prerequisites for Attendees
1. Basics of Blockchain and Machine learning
2. Data Wrangling approaches
3. Some knowledge of Cloud
Previous Industry talks:
Nasscom Annual Technology Conference Masterclass 3 :Role of AI and Deep Learning in Portfolio Optimization and Stock Price Prediction
Automated Machine Learning session at Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS)
AI and Deep Leaning talk in the ‘World RPA, Cognitive and AI Summit’
schedule Submitted 3 years ago
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