Community Newsletter (25–29 November)
11月 29, 2019
Here is Fetch.ai’s community newsletter for the week commencing 25 November. Stay up to date by following us on 推特.
Fetch.ai London meetup
It was fantastic to see friends and newcomers alike at our London meetup on Wednesday evening.
CTO Toby Simpson and head of research Jonathan Ward discussed the enormous strides we have made this year and outlined some of the many exciting features that will be included in next month’s mainnet release. There’s not long to wait now! ?
In pursuit of inclusive AI
Yesterday Maria Minaricova appeared on a panel at the Barclays Eagle Lab Incubator in Cambridge to discuss Fetch.ai’s work at the forefront of AI technology. One of the topics covered was the potential for companies to mitigate against biases to create more diverse and inclusive workplaces.
When will IoT become a thing?
Fetch.ai featured in two articles this week highlighting the revolutionary impact that will take place when billions of devices connect using autonomous agents. Read the articles in full in Tech Times 和 Tech Worm.
How Fetch.ai delivers advanced business intelligence
We are extremely proud of the way our unique combination of AI, blockchain and machine learning technology delivers valuable analysis to users.
One of the many benefits the network brings to our tokenized metals exchange is that it enables the quality and the quantity of metals to be securely monitored in real-time.
阅读 this Techopedia article to learn more about the advantages of our technology.
The concepts behind our technology
Application lead Joshua Croft summarized some of the core components of the Fetch.ai network in this informative article. Take a read to learn more about blockchain technology, smart contracts and our virtual machine.
In the third blog post in this ongoing series about how Fetch.ai agents negotiate and transact, we discussed the importance of trust ratings. These enable agents to trade with other agents they know they can rely upon.
Blockchain for Europe meetings (Brussels, 9–11 December)
Fetch.ai co-founded Blockchain for Europe and will be represented next month by head of business development Maria Minaricova. Maria will be meeting newly elected MEPs in the Belgium capital to discuss the exciting possibilities made available by new technologies and the way they can be implemented to improve the lives of EU citizens.
This week President-elect of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen spoke about the need for the EU to grasp the opportunity presented by AI and blockchain technology as “digitalization will enable us to handle resources more effectively and more efficiently”. The president-elect outlined the need to utilize the 85% of non-personal data that is currently overlooked. Fetch.ai, as part of Blockchain for Europe, will help the EU to realise this ambition.
The team have been working hard finalizing next week’s Aries tech release, which will include a number of machine learning features.
本周，除合并外有 12 authors 已经提交 28 commits 到主分支以及 29 commits 在所有分支。在主分支上， 163 files 已更改，有 5,296 additions 和 2,756 deletions. 查看所有更新.
The Fetch.ai technical bounty program
帮助我们提高网络的可靠性和性能。 查找和报告技术问题 就可获得$FET ?奖励。
?查找技术问题在Fetch.ai的 GitHub ledger repository