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How can I use machine learning with smart contract?

I'll throw the question back at you. Why would you implement "machine learning" in a smart contract? The majority of the machine learning models right now have a pipeline that looks like the ...
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Can block validation be done using machine Learning Algorithms?

Possible applications that exist at the intersection of blockchain and AI/ML are numerous but I can't imagine how block production or validation would be one of them. As Ismael said first, there is no ...
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Solidity import Tensor Flow Libraries?

You can use Oraclize's computation datasource to do something with TF libraries, from within a docker container, running on an AWS micro instance. The instance can only run up to a max of ~10 minutes (...
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machine learning (clustering algorithm) in smart contract

The smart contract environment is not adequate to implement any machine learning algorithm which could need a non definite number of iterations. This aspect conflicts with the maximum computational ...
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How Proof-Of-Learning can be implemented?

I will try and summarize this for you shortly: So currently POL, Proof Of Learning, is supported on a coin named WekaCoin. And POL is based on machine learning. The WekaCoin nodes, called trainers, ...
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How can I use machine learning with smart contract?

You would have to define the smart contracts yourself. While Solidity or Smart Contracts were not meant to used for Machine Learning, here is an interesting incentive for using smart contracts- they ...
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How can I use machine learning with smart contract?

Machine Learning usually takes a lot of processing power and memory. Blockchain costs a lot for any processing power or memory. I would create smart contracts that do minimal processing and data ...
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Solidity import Tensor Flow Libraries?

You are thinking incorrectly about what you should be doing in Solidity (that is, on the Ethereum VM.) Solidity is not a general-purpose application development language, and Dapps reference the ...
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