[lisp] Lisp-Coin touch points

Sharon Barkai <sharon.barkai@getnexar.com> Tue, 24 November 2020 19:12 UTC

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https://www.ietf.org/proceedings/109/slides/slides-109-coinrg-19-piccolo-summary-00.pdf

As you can see this project has many cogs right. The reverse CDN is key in few respects:

-  Its about use-cases that bring value at any density and therefore will probably precede high density low-latency mec by a generation
- The upload is key for simplification and reduced friction of edge devices, we see it clearly in car-cams and cyber sampling


It is still missing the notion of addressable data reduction “kill zones”.  Which is to say - AI logic needed for accurate homography localization coalescing with recent detections can be kept very localized =>

So when raw data is uploaded it can be steered not to a random cpu/gpu that will splash lookups from all over. Rather will generate portable subscribed feeds and propagate minimal residuals. 

The AI processing can be kept localized and contextual. The serverless model is therefore of EIDobjects::methods() rather then free functions(). Hopefully a lisp rfc soon.

--szb
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