“…companies like Google and Facebook pay top dollar for some really smart people. Only a few hundred souls on Earth have the talent and the training needed to really push the state-of-the-art [AI] forward, and paying for these top minds is a lot like paying for an NFL quarterback. That’s a bottleneck in the continued progress of artificial intelligence. And it’s not the only one. Even the top researchers can’t build these services without trial and error on an enormous scale. To build a deep neural network that cracks the next big AI problem, researchers must first try countless options that don’t work, running each one across dozens and potentially hundreds of machines.”
Is there value in providing users the ability to apply “Time Lock Encryption” to files in cloud storage? Files are securely uploaded by their Owner. After upload no one, including the Owner, may decrypt and access / open the file(s). Only after the date and time provided for the time lock passes, files will be decrypted, and optionally an action may be taken, e.g. Email a link to the decrypted files to a DL, or a specific person.
Additionally, files might only be decrypted ‘just in time’ and only for the specific recipients who had received the link. More complex actions may be attached to the time lock release such as script execution using a simple set of rules as defined by the file Owner.
The encryption should be the highest available as defined by the regional law in which the files reside. Note: issue with cloud storage and applicable regional laws, I.e. In the cloud.
Already exists as a 3rd party plugin to an existing cloud solution?Please send me a link to the cloud integration product / plug in.