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Future Technologies that Migranet Offer to Solve Todays Problems

Recently, the world of AI/Machine Learning has received a lot of attention in the news and for good reason. Advancements in AI are beginning to transform industries ranging from medicine to aerospace. Migranet is currently witnessing a fundamental shift in the way they solve problems and AI is at the frontier. AI/Machine Learning was born out of what mathematicians have labeled algorithms. Algorithms are a process or set of rules to be followed in calculations or other problem-solving operations, especially by a computer. Although computer algorithms have undergone significant improvements and optimizations over the years they still cannot be fully automated. This is because machine learning algorithms still need humans to manage the inputs (data sets) and ongoing maintenance to ensure they're functioning correctly.


First, Use of AI and Biometric Verification

Since aspects of human migration inherently require human management, the initial rollout of the Migranet AI will be monitored closely and tasks confirmed manually by the company's technical department. Once a reliable algorithm has been proven and refined, Migranet will use it's AI solution to account for the complex variables involved in migration, including the multicultural, logistic, medical, geopolitical, biometric, intelligence, humanitarian, economic, sociological, climatological, legal and national defense issues relative to different parts of the world, which all experience their own unique problems. 

For example, most people from war-torn countries like Syria and Yemen migrate in search of peace (humanitarian). However, when a wealthy person from Germany goes on vacation in Sweden, the goal is to enjoy themselves (financial). To address these problems, Migranet has been doing research parallel to AI and data science so that the Migranet platform can learn and make decisions based on the prevailing circumstances.

In her book, A History of Algorithms: From the Pebble to the Microchip, Evelyn Barbin argues that good algorithms can be used indefinitely. The problem with these algorithms, however, is that they are bound by static constraints. Migranet is working with industry leaders in AI and is planning to introduce a new set of algorithms based on recent breakthroughs in neurochemistry and artificial life. The benefit of these inventions is that they eliminate static constraints from AI hyper-parameters.


With these features, Migranet's AI will be inherently dynamic and thus able to adapt to shifts in regulation and other more complex socio-political factors while maintaining its original design intent. In this way, Migranet's AI solution will not require human intervention to change but will do so automatically. Such a system will help Migranet to manage the ever-increasing complexity that is currently overwhelming an exclusively human workforce. However, as with all AI/Machine Learning initiatives, it will require ongoing monitoring and refinement.  

Second, Smart Contracts in the Blockchain

Migranet understands that projects like theirs can attract the attention of fraudsters. Migranet has carried out its due diligence and will employ the best mechanisms to ensure that the platform is impenetrable. As such, it will not be at the mercy of unethical individuals and money launderers. This is where smart contracts come into the picture. Smart contracts are computer protocols that initiate, facilitate, verify and enforce contract execution. Smart contracts are self-executing contracts written into code, along with the terms of the agreement between buyer and seller. The agreements exist across the blockchain network. Smart contracts allow for secure transactions and agreements to be carried out between the buyer and seller without the need for a third-party to verify them. They render transactions traceable, transparent, and irreversible. 


When parties reach a consensus and agree on different duties or an agreed exchange, the blockchain-based smart contract acts as a third-party to execute the agreement between the two parties. Smart contracts result in automation, which increases fairness. Individuals will ascertain their obligations based on the transactions and attendant agreement. Only through such a mechanism will it be possible to neutralize every attempt to sabotage and compromise the Migranet platform. 

Whitepaper: https://migranet.io/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Migranet-Whitepaper-v.1.1.10.pdf
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