Monday, July 3, 2017

A reminder on general graph algorithms being unpatentable in the sandbox

Graphs, mostly block chain, hold property ledgers just about everywhere, and we work graphs in the sandbox.

It looks like we have a configuration in pit function whereby bots get 'hops on the graph', but remain intelligent 'property hunting bots'. The pit boss renormalizes the arbitrary graph, the system runs in secure python, uses same kernel structure as S&Ls or other two and three color trade compression.

All of it unpatentable, just public domain graph computation. So if your graph crawlers are intelligent, they can exchange property in a rather unregulated manner. An intelligent graph crawler has requirements, bounding operations on the graph insuring conclusions. They have much in common with standing trading bots.

At this point, have at it; way too late to worry coordination failure.

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