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Life and crime in the metaverse: Trust, trustless, and zero trust
This, the third in an article series titled Life and Crime in the Metaverse, examines the idea of trust, how to engage in online transactions and other interactions in its absence, and what this signifies in the metaverse context.
Nigel Morris-Cotterill  |  Jun  02,  2023
Metaverse healthcare system applications are based on the discovery layer
In the second part of his series of articles on the Metaverse, AI engineer Douglas Amante takes a look at what the discovery layer of the Metaverse is and how healthcare-related applications fit in as they become an increasingly integral part of people’s lives.
Douglas Amante  |  May  30,  2023
The next trillion-dollar business: personal AI assistants - part 3
The first two parts of this three-part series describe PAI assistants and how ChatGPT’s rise reflects the popular desire for them. In this final part, award-winning tech columnist Satyen K. Bordoloi examines how such a system might function in daily life.
Satyen K. Bordoloi  |  May  23,  2023
How trustworthy is the metaverse?
This is the second in a series of articles titled Life and Crime in the Metaverse. Contrary to popular belief, creating a metaverse takes just a few minutes, costs just a few dollars, and can be done almost without technical skills, so criminals are bound to take advantage.
Nigel Morris-Cotterill  |  Apr  28,  2023
The next trillion-dollar business: personal AI assistants - part 2
The first article in this series was on how the success of ChatGPT indicates personal AI assistants are the next wave. This part discusses the difficulties of making a PAI assistant, means to overcome these obstacles, and why self-driving carmakers must jump on the PAI bandwagon.
Satyen K. Bordoloi  |  Mar  16,  2023
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