Endor Launches Predictions Protocol to Democratize Access to AI and Data Science

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According to a new press release, “After years of developing its predictive analytics platform powered by MIT’s Social Physics technology, Endor is proud to launch the Endor Protocol which enables businesses and individuals to analyze large data sets and generate automated, accurate business predictions using AI. Founded by MIT researchers Prof. Alex ‘Sandy’ Pentland, and Dr. Yaniv Altshuler, the Endor Protocol enables users to access AI-powered business predictions and data science capabilities, formerly available only to large companies who hold the resources needed to invest in building large data science teams to process big data and build predictive models. The instantaneous predictions help find patterns in customer behavior, which can be leveraged for a myriad of use cases in a variety of industries ranging from retail to fintech.”

The release continues, “Endor’s proprietary Social Physics technology also has the unique capability to compute on encrypted data streams, allowing businesses to create predictions without compromising user privacy. ‘Recent data security and safety breaches have become huge barriers for companies to use their own data efficiently,’ said Dr. Stuart Haber, cryptographer, and Blockchain co-inventor, and a part of Endor’s scientific advisory board. ‘The surprising power of Endor’s proprietary Social Physics based prediction engine is the high quality of its predictions, even when the underlying data elements are encrypted. Now you can generate accurate business predictions while keeping your data safe.’ The data available during the first phase of the Protocol’s launch will include raw ERC-20 and Ethereum blockchain data, to be unlocked exclusively through the EDR utility token. In the future, select data partners will be added to the ecosystem, following a complete review by Endor to ensure the highest quality of data.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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