AI analyzes 17-bit encrypted Big V personality: Vitalik is the most intelligent, and BM has strong self-confidence

Researchers recently used the IBM Watson artificial intelligence platform to analyze the personality characteristics of 17 big crypto Vs, including Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin, EOS founder BM, and Coinbase founder Brian Armstrong. The study found that intelligence, liberalism, and caution are their most representative personality traits. Among them, Vitalik, Brian Armstrong and Ripple CEO Bradley Garlinghouse are the most intelligent crypto leaders, but also the most liberal. At the same time, compared to the technology giants in the traditional industry, the probability of Big V showing anger increased by 98.4%, and the possibility of depression increased by 46.4%.

IBM Watson mines the strongest brain in the crypto industry

Clovr, a crypto research company, recently used IBM Watson's artificial intelligence platform to analyze the personality characteristics of 17 crypto leaders. Researchers collected letters and interview records of each founder or CEO and provided them to IBM's Watson Personality Insights service (using blogs, emails, tweets, forum speeches and other online communication content to analyze the personality of the characters Services).

These 17 crypto big Vs were selected among the top 20 projects or exchanges by transaction volume or market capitalization, but if a researcher cannot get personal information of at least 3,000 words, he will be excluded. Watson compiles a personality profile based on a sample of the person's writing, analyzes the psychology of language, and combines it with a data analysis algorithm. For comparison, this research also includes the giants of the traditional Internet industry, including Microsoft's Bill Gates, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Apple's Tim Cook.

Researchers first focus on the "five personality traits": openness, emotional instability, extraversion, conscientiousness, and affinity. The analysis found that crypto leaders are similar to traditional technology giants in terms of openness and emotional instability. One of the biggest differences is due diligence, that is, whether the individual's behavior is organized and thoughtful. The due diligence of Crypto Big V is 60.1%, and the technical leader reaches 74.7%.


Researchers believe that the big crypto V may not be as organized as the technology leaders, but as the saying goes, "one day in the chain, one year in the world", executives of the cryptocurrency industry must act quickly and decisively, otherwise there will be hundreds of losses Thousands of dollars in risk. The most common feature of the two is emotional instability. This personality trait measures their sensitivity to the environment.

The AI ​​found that the biggest characteristic of these two groups is intelligence. They also share common traits in adventure and self-confidence. But in terms of liberalism and caution, the two groups are significantly different. Liberalism is defined as the willingness to challenge authority or take its own way. It is the second most representative feature of Crypto V after intelligence, and it ranks only fifth among technical leaders. Caution is the third major feature of Crypto Big V, but it has not even entered the top five of the main features of technology leaders. A high discreetness score indicates that the leader is fully thoughtful about his behavior.


What are the characteristics of many big crypto Vs?

The data shows that the intelligence of the 17 crypto leaders (meaning attracted by new ideas) is not much different, with the first place and the penultimate place just 0.6% behind. Ethereum founder Vitalik Buterin, Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong and Ripple CEO Brad Garlinghouse all scored 1.0 points, which is a perfect score.

Regarding liberalism, Buterin, Armstrong and Garlinghouse all scored 0.999. They also tied for first place , and several others also scored high. Cardano founder Charles Hoskinson and Dash CEO Ryan Taylor scored 0.995.

For caution, Kraken CEO Jesse Powell and Binance founder Changpeng Zhao scored the highest points. In terms of adventure, Ryan Taylor, Cryptopia founders Alan Booth and Garlinghouse won the top three, and IOTA co-founder Dominik Schiener ranked fourth with a score of 0.961, only 0.014 from the top. In addition, Alan Booth, Ryan Taylor, and EOS founder Daniel Larimer are in the top three for assertiveness.

On average, Crypto V shows greater vulnerability as a whole , surpassing technology leaders by 107.2% and being less friendly than technology leaders by 79.5%. At the same time, crypto leaders are 98.4% more likely to show anger than technology leaders, and 46.4% more likely to develop depression.


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