Using Blockchain to Monitor Thinking Pattern in Real Time
According to Sallyann Della Casa, chief identity hacker at GLEAC, blockchain technology can now dynamically monitor your personality profile and save information in a database, with applications ranging from human resources to advertising and even intelligence collection.
“We’re constructing the greatest dataset of human skills applications in difficult work conditions,” Della Casa told David Lin, anchor for Kitco News, at the Future Blockchain Summit in Dubai. “We’re building the largest dataset of human skills applications in difficult work situations,” Della Casa said.
In practice, this implies that employers and recruiters will now have access to a more full and extensive dataset that will allow them to more precisely assess a job candidate’s personality profile.
“Do you happen to have a live link right now where I can check out your quality of thinking over a period of time on anything?”
Della Casa expressed herself. ‘Perhaps the closest thing you could say is that I should go look at your Twitter account to see how you think about things, but it’s a really open-ended statement.’
However, if I wanted to examine how you thought in a very specific professional capacity, I would ask for a very closed frame. You want to work as a cybercrime analyst, and I’m particularly interested in your degree of creativity and critical thinking in this regard.
It’s like if I had a dataset of scenarios involving that position, and over time, I could see how you handled circumstances in that role compared to others. That’s what we’re trying to achieve with this project!” Della Casa went on to say that blockchain is more dynamic in the way it manages data sets than conventional data management solutions.