Cortex is a new project that is working to create and integrate efficient AI systems with blockchain technologies. By combining the efficiency of machine learning algorithms and autonomous decision-making with the transparency, security and privacy of the blockchain, Cortex Labs researchers are working on a new exciting area for the development of blockchain exploration and hope to inaugurate a new era of growth and progress in the blockchain space. Toward that end, several Cortex scientists and engineers have participated in numerous international competitions in recent months and have demonstrated the strengths of the Cortex team and the effectiveness of Cortex technology.
However revolutionary the blockchain has been, there are always better ways of doing things. Blockchain technologies enable companies and organizations to operate in a fair, transparent, decentralized and secure manner. Despite these benefits, the constant challenges for blockchain projects include the automation of information processes and the application of solutions designed for a problem in different areas. As a result, blockchain projects often find themselves exceeding the limit in terms of efficiency and automation rather quickly.
Cortex, by creating intelligent contracts that can be automated and helping researchers to develop solutions that are easily and easily implemented in different settings, is taking things to a whole new level. Cortex not only allows the use of smart blockchain contracts, but allows developers to write advanced AI and machine learning algorithms that other users can use to create their own contracts without having to redesign or reinvent solutions from scratch. In this way, Cortex essentially allows blockchain technologies and solutions to grow and add steps to the scale instead of dabbing in the research and development that has already been done before.
Let's now look at some of the competitions that Cortex participated in to get a better idea of the trends and research areas in blockchain and AI.
Participation in competitions and winning prizes provides a series of advantages and benchmarks useful not only for Cortex but for the broader body of participants in the fields of artificial intelligence and blockchain. Firstly, they allow the project to establish a noteworthy presence in the fields of artificial intelligence research and blockchain development and also allow the team to connect and interact with other specialists working on similar technologies. In addition, competitions are a great way to provide visibility to the project and also help educate people about the benefits and potential of the project as a whole.
By winning numerous awards and standing out from the competition, Cortex is making a statement about the skills of his team and the value he sees in the search for artificial intelligence and blockchain, which serves as a warning to others in the industry to be prepared for interesting developments and announcements. while the project continues.
Here is a summary of the competitions and Cortex Researchers who participated in them, brief notes on the specialty areas of each team and additional notes on other team achievements.
Kaggle: Click detection on audio data fraud
Kaggle is a data analysis platform on which people can learn about data science, create and share projects and participate in hackathons designed to test the ingenuity, speed, resilience and effectiveness of teams and solutions in data science and artificial intelligence spaces. Founded in 2010, Kaggle is today one of the most influential platforms for the competition of data algorithms in the world.
Here are the details of this competition:
- Cortex researchers placed 2 nd on about 4,000 teams  Feiyang Pan, Plantsgo Hua and Shiwen Cui were the winning team members  Their areas of expertise include statistics, computer science and information countermeasures
- They won dozens of competitions in the areas of forecast analysis, risk assessments, predictive analytics and more
IJCAI-18: Alimama International Algorithm Competition
The IJCAI (International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence) is one of the most prestigious academic conferences in the field of artificial intelligence, learning machine and computational sustainability.
Here are the details of this contest:
- Cortex researchers have entered 5 th out of er 5,000 teams
- Bo Li was the team's winning member
- His achievements include leagues that develop supply chain optimization solutions, company exit risk forecasts, social media advertising algorithms, purchase and sales forecasts, and fraud detection projects
KDD Cup 2018:
KDD Cup is one of the best international competitions in the field of data mining. Known as the World Cup of Data, this year's KDD asked participants to predict the quality of air in Beijing and London, two cities tormented by air pollution.
Here are the details of this contest:
- The Cortex researchers have placed 3 on over 4,000 teams
- Hengxing There was the winning member of the team
- His areas of interest are in the mining of traffic
His achievements include three victories in the 2017 Wisdom China Cup in the traffic sectors (3 rd place), finance (1 st place), and education (2 nd place)
Applications and solutions  What are the general applications of Cortex and how are these competitions linked to everything?
Competitions serve to prove one thing: that Cortex has the technical know-how and the ability to find winning solutions for a wide range of problems. This is important because, in general, the traditional smart contracts face two problems: the inability to exploit useful information that can not be used in an intelligent contract once it has been written and a lack of efficiency deriving from the & # 39; use of quality data.
Applications of the type of computational automation provided by Cortex seem to be endless. AI libraries and machine learning algorithms, once developed, can be integrated into new projects with the click of a button. Traditional smart contracts suffer from lack of capacity and lack of efficiency, but Cortex's intelligent AI contracts are designed to work with other intelligent contracts and the entire decision-making and analysis process of any project can be automated such that human input (and therefore costs and errors) are reduced to a minimum. In addition, Cortex also allows systems and contracts to leverage highly efficient decision-making from the IA to calculate forecasts, make assessments, extrapolate insights and learn over time.
In addition to these benefits, creating Cortex features in existing smart contracts is extremely easy – doing it is as simple as adding a new library or widget to an existing web page or project. Once someone has developed a solution or written a specific code, you can easily use them and improve the functionality and functionality of whatever you are working on, and this can be done for any project, any activity and any activity for which AI and
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The world is a global village and the best way to promote collective progress is to share ideas, collaborating on projects and promoting the use of value-added tools and technologies for others. Cortex Labs, as a pioneer in the field of machine learning and artificial intelligence, is actively committed to promoting the benefits of the Cortex platform and show its potential to the world, not to mention the high level of the team of prog Court of Cassation, as the competitions above clearly demonstrate.