32 bit RISC-V Blockchain Core with CPU and Hardware Wallet blocks for standard IoT Devices.
64 bit RISC-V Blockchain Core with Tensor Processing, Hardware Wallet, and Hash Acceleration for Edge Intelligence.
64 bit RISC-V Blockchain Core for Hash Acceleration, AI-protected Cold Storage, and Tensor Processor Array for Complex Intelligence.
Skynet Core will contain a built in crypto wallet with CC EAL6+, RSA encryption, and secure memory, allowing devices such as phones and wearables to have the same crypto storage capabilities as the Ledger.
Skynet Core will provide novel SHA-256 crypto engines designed for running high speed blockchains or distributed applications. The core aims to achieve a encryption/decryption rate of faster than 20 MBS half duplex.
Skynet Core will enable as little as four small devices to run high throughput public or private blockchains exceeding 10,000 transactions per second. All devices are then able to run computationally expensive consensus algorithms like Proof of Work.
Skynet Core's AI processors will enable automated transaction signing with a patent-pending designs to verify outgoing transactions.
Skynet Core will target matrix multiplications at tens of tera-operations per second, delivering 50x higher TOPS/Watt than NVIDIA's K80 GPU on deep learning.
Skynet Core can contain a brain-like microprocessor with programmable synapses that can allow devices to mimic how the human brain processes information.
Skynet Cores are designed to execute identical programs in a synchronous and distributed manner, allowing for reduction operations being performed at the end of each training batch across the cores.
Skynet Cores can be added on to any Graphics Processor, Tensor Processor, or Neural Processor, enabling the creation of a new blockchain System on Chip for targeted AI applications and Internet of Things devices.
Skynet Core can power devices in a city and allow them all to be connected through many different blockchain network subsystems.
Phones with a Skynet Core will turn into a blockchain phone, allowing them to store cryptocurrency and validate transactions with biometrics.
Wearables will contain an embedded AI-powered crypto wallet, allowing them to sign transactions with the efficiency and security of a hardware wallet.
Secure IP cameras can recognize abnormal objects and alert security devices and services over a blockchain network.
Soft Robots can be powered by Skynet Cores and learn functions from other robots.
Skynet Core self-driving cars can pay for charging and parking meters, and create passive income from sharing collected data.
SON blockchains can achieve one second block finality, allowing chains to finalize transactions instantly.
An infinite amount of blockchains can be created, allowing the network collectively handle billions of transactions per second.
Fast Public or Private Proof of Stake blockchains can be created on SON and be interoperable with one another.
Blockchains on SON can communicate with soverign blockchains such as Ethereum, EOS, and Bitcoin.
SON uses an IoT optimized consensus, allowing individual blockchains to handle upwards of 10,000 transactions per second.
SON blockchains can exchange tokens with one another through a native decentralized exchange, enabling token swapping between blockchains.
SON contains modular platforms for building Ethereum compatible distributed applications with its native QVM.
SON contains multi-chain platforms for creating interoperable Public or Private BFT Proof of Stake blockchains.
SON contains a hybrid distributed ledger for providing a decentralized device identity and machine reputation system.
SON contains is a virtual application layer that allows DApps to interface directly with the Skynet Cores.
SON blockchains can participate in a multi-chain marketplace where devices can agree on value transfers.
SON nodes can lend one another spare computing power to process neural networks at a faster pace.
SON contains native secure peer-to-peer discovery protocols, enabling devices to query machine reputation lookup services
SON's DApps allow devices to train deep networks off decentralized private data and distribute computational power.
SON's DApps provide incentives for devices and people to label data for training neural networks.
SON's Dapps allow devices to fine tune their neural networks and use them for new situations.
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