SGE (Sony Global Education) and Sony Corporation have added value to their education by putting in place systems to introduce blockchain technology. T
SGE (Sony Global Education) and Sony Corporation have added value to their education by putting in place systems to introduce blockchain technology. This will further allow them to centralize managing data from different institutions, thus enable them to record and reference digital and data manuscripts.
One advantage of the system is that it will reliably disclose vital information to third parties that are verified. This is made possible by the fact that it has access to files and records and it also makes it difficult for outside parties to access them.
The system, which is built entirely on IBM Blockchain, is powered by Hyperledger (Fabric 1.0), which is supported by the Linux Foundation. This will assemble a general function that will authenticate as well as control rights to education data usage along with an API for the management of such projects.
Speaking of management, the ICT Systems that are operated by institutions are managed by the SIS (Student Information System). This is basically made up of the grades, attendance, registration and learning systems.
The new mode of operations will give operators the ability to link past data as is from student information systems and learning systems. This is also applies to the data that comes from multiple providers. Users can gather information about educational records and grades. They will also make it accessible to a distant institutions through the development of a digital transcript.
Aside from education, the system broadens its perspective on fields such as IoT and data management, contract management, distribution management and cryptocurrencies point tracking. Sony is also in the process of finding ways of making blockchain technology become beneficial in the production of services and products in various fields.
The Impact of Al to Education
The Artificial Intelligence system is set to revolutionize education by giving a broader look on evaluation and learning. The search for ways of improving education for institutions and individuals is currently on-going, thus the need for educational data.
We’re therefore looking for a safer and open system of handling education data through a flexible service linking different services. This brand new system is set to be used at the 5th International Math Challenge in 2017.