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CORE.HOST™: About™ provides meta-link structures

What's a meta-link structure? A meta-link structure is any location online that's accessible over the network. These can be websites, data formats like CSV, JSON, or XML, or even custom defined formats. Usually, when we provide meta-link structures, we provide them utilizing something called EntityScript™

There are too many closed-box AI models. CORE.HOST™ changes that for good by providing our community modular-AI and model building components that allow you to construct your own Open Canonicalization System™.

The system we provide activates your past data. This data can be from any point in time throughout your past digital life. CORE.HOST™ helps you sift through that unstructured or loosely structured data generated by you and your team from over the years, and our system allows you to utilize pre-built and peer generated components to build recall-based tools to access that data in a more intuitive way. It will save you time and provide you with valuable insights about your life.

The days of not knowing what your AI models are doing are over. We favor a local-first approach to activating your past information. Once your information is activated, you can continue to store future data that you generate in the same or a ever exapnding base-model designed by you.

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You can also see more about the formats and structures being served/generated by CORE.HOST™ so far on our community page.

EntityScript™ structures are easy to incorporate into high-capacity digital workloads. These structures come pre-built by other users of CORE.HOST™ or can be defined by the end user for personal data organizing. The structure has an unliminted number of use cases and is built to be a programming language for endpoints online.

Meta-link structures on CORE.HOST™ can be accessed when they're shared by the community, or when you create them yourself. They aren't indexed on search engines by default, but you may choose to publish one that you create if you decide that's appropriate. So far, there are over 1,000,000 access points available in CORE.HOST™.

Here are a few of the most basic examples:

CORE.HOST™ is one possible premium meta-link service behind EntityScript™. This site acts as the centerpiece to connect all of your digital locations online. CORE.HOST™ doesn't rely on the http protocol and can extend into any valid network location through the use of a key system provided by the site. This key system is called VCNKEY™: It's a way for you to access your virtual content network identities without anyone else knowing where to look for them besides you. This is because we use a unique public/private key concept similar to GNUPG, but the format is provided without needing to know complicated command line technologies.

Various media formats can be owned and shared without having to use any centralized storage - but there are certain storage types that can be shared and even monetized by you here as a custom access location.

The only centralized data stored here by default are templates, keys, and generated blocks within the C.ORE™ system.

These stored formats can be made public or kept private. Depending on what is chosen by the operator, this allows the system to be a storage of record for any defined event-task that can but doesn't necessarily require our network at all. Each event-task can be defined by the end-user using EntityScript™ or a pre-built format such as domains, configurations, or access points. Using the provided programs, the creation of these items can be done in a mostly automated way. You can then access and reuse them anytime again in the future. If you wish to share them and make the structures available to other users - there is a way to do that too.

There are few documented meta-linking services that can reach our overall workload performance and modularity. Our full system is still in a limited preview stage, but we're sharing the features with various people as we secure each additional part required for general availability. We rank within the top 1% of through-linking concepts because of our use of simple technologies implemented correctly across a wide range of modular endpoint-based components. The underlying system runs on a novel block technology that gradually can take us away from centralized storage altogether.

Until everything works as intended (and that's close because most of the more complicated server-side programming has been refined), we're only working with select partners until we're confident over 100 users can be using the system at the same time. So far we've only been able to simulate this and would like to test it in the wild soon. June 2023 seems reasonable for a general release.

Right now we're updating our general index to include all the relevant formats to completely replace things like search engines, cloud storage companies, dns providers, databases, and hosting organizations by returning those functions back to end-users.

All the Gen-1 trial-links still work, but most of them have been masked by default. A search bar will be here soon and active for good before we end our trial phase. This search bar can be enhanced by linking in additional EntityScript™ templates in your user account.

"That damn Internet got too damn complicated." - Anon