Network data centers are at the center of modern technology, and they will play a critical role in expanding the capabilities of technology for future enterprises, including in the circular city.
Data centers and servers are both behind-the-scenes technology we often don’t think about. These network data servers are what compile all the data and information we interact with on websites or apps, and they have improved the functionality of data as a whole. The servers act as the engine of data centers, collecting and sending information over a network. We usually don’t stop to think: where is this data coming from to make this work?
Traditional data centers are what we commonly picture as large rooms stacked with computers. These traditional centers relied on hardware and physical space. As a result, the amount of data that could be stored relied on space and storage couldn’t be expanded beyond the physical confines of a space. Then came virtualized data centers with cloud computing technology. As a result, one physical server could host any number of virtual servers. Network data servers and other technologies are continuing to advance. What do their capabilities have in store for the future?
Typically in the center of circular cities, there is dome-shaped data center that is a hub for collecting, storing, and processing data. AI like KAILE (Kinesthetic Artificial Intelligent Learning Environment) will need an immense amount of data storage to carry out calculations and solve problems using algorithms.
KAILE will take information from the circular city’s populous, input the data in its system, and create a series of outputs. Network servers will allow AI technology like KAILE to constantly calculate and output suggestions. Digital technologies and advanced servers like the Internet of Things (IoT) will allow KAILE to track the journey of products, materials, and object, collect resulting data, and spark new ideas for improvements. These digital landscapes and servers that would support super AI systems like KAILE would offer circular economies the opportunity to strengthen the connectivity between data, physical materials, and people.
Will these network servers in conjunction with AI like KAILE maximize the freedom of action for the community? AI technology like KAILE is not meant to be controlling or governing, and its calculated suggestions are meant to just that: suggestions, not orders. The community would always have the choice to implement any changes. This type of AI and advanced network data servers are meant to increase the wealth of information, opportunities, and quality of living for the community.
What are your thoughts on AI technology like KAILE? What possibilities does this type of technology offer? Do you think a symbiotic relationship with AI is plausible?
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