Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Communication Systems Explored...


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An upcoming episode of Advancements with Ted Danson will focus on recent developments in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and autonomous systems. This episode is scheduled to broadcast 1Q/2020. Check your local listings for more information.

With a look at AI and autonomous communication technology, this episode will focus on RevoKind and the technology behind its artificially intelligent, autonomous communication system, which is powered by distributed ledger technology. Viewers will learn about the technology’s ability to transform the way people connect and share data, while being globally scalable to meet the needs of users and networks across the globe.

“For the first time in history RevoKind is applying AI to communications and distributed ledger technology to be a part of the evolution of Internet architecture. The telecommunications industry impacts the entire connected world for the sharing of information and after fifty years, it’s time for the Internet to be upgraded for future generations. We are excited to be able to share on this series why RevoKind’s vision is not only important to us, but to so many people around the world that have been involved in this advancement,” said Justin Caswell, CEO and Founder of RevoKind.

The show will explore IDENT™, which is enabled by multi-connection technology using A.I. with neural cryptography, and will educate about the design behind the product, which provides accelerated, secure communications for users and networks providing voice, video, messaging, data, and internet to populations and connected systems that use satellites or terrestrial delivery.

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