Federated Learning (FL) is one more Instrument of Corporate Monopoly adapted to the concept of Public movement towards data Decentralization.

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Without question, Data is a modern commodity of our time. It is by far the most precious article of trade. The data resources and the means of access are growing exponentially.

It is estimated that the vast percentage of all the world’s data, i.e., 2.5 quintillion bytes per day, has been generated only within the past two years alone, and its value is rapidly soaring.

The inception of the data age goes beyond another information technology revolution. Data has become the driver of the economy. What makes the data-driven economy different is that trade is faster, more efficient, and widespread…

Holding on to Your Data Is Not Owning It

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With growing emphasis on value-based healthcare reimbursement, we are amidst finding ourselves more than ever challenged by the parallel escalation of corporate interest in “patient health information.” Health data security and the monetary value in quality data are the drivers of such tension.

Despite all the rationing in releasing the pressure through patient engagement, whether by providing the patients access to their records or creating interoperable digital data systems, there is more to saving patients’ sovereign state than simply easing accessibility issues.

Of course, Increased patient demands for more detailed medical data require a more sophisticated way to store files…

Interoperability within interdependence sphere as the instrument of corporate Socialism

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Socialism is a sociopolitical and economic perspective that comprises a spectrum of systems depicted by the social holding of production standards. It encompasses the political theories and tendencies associated with such policies.

For the last two centuries, corporations have been the subject of stigma by the left-wing factions. Corporations are not alien to social stigma. After the fall of the communist iron fall in the 1990s, they have been able to acclimate themselves to socioeconomic mindset and rhetoric.

Corporatism, also known as economic Tripartism, pertains to negotiations between labor and business interest groups and the government to ascertain financial schemes…

Dr. Adam Tabriz

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