Autonomous Data Networks and Why The World Needs Them

Further autonomous thinking from our own Nick Lambert (COO MaidSafe)

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At MaidSafe we talk about the SAFE Network being ‘autonomous’, but what does that really mean? The phrase is something that we are becoming more familiar with, as we hear talk of autonomous vehicles and autonomous robots; as such we probably have a grasp of the underlying concept that autonomous machines do things for themselves. But how does this relate to data and why should we even care?

In simple terms it defines a network that manages all our data and communications without any human intervention and without intermediaries. In an autonomous data network humans take on a new role, we become the definer of rules and protocols that instruct the network on how to manage our data.

The SAFE Network

In practical terms, an autonomous data network is one that configures itself. All data on the network is automatically split into chunks and encrypted (utilising self-encryption

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One comment on “Autonomous Data Networks and Why The World Needs Them
  1. kalelemasalo says:

    Thank you very timely article for what has happened to centralized networks this past few weeks. Mark

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