Trias: Revolutionizing Trust in Machines

As our reliance on machine technology exponentially grows through the innovations of AI, machine learning, IoT & more. The resillience and trust in our systems are more essential than ever to ensuring a secure digital infrastructure to begin leveraging these innovative technologies at scale.

Trust in Technology

Since the genesis of the IAS (Intelligent Autonomous Systems) machine in the 1950s, human intelligence has reached new heights, and its Von Neumann Architecture has become a pillar of modern information technology today.

With rapid innovations in cloud computing, big Data, IoT, and AI technologies over the past decade. The IAS machine is evolving into an even more critical piece of infrastructure for our society. However, the lack of trust in our machines poses a serious threat to our stability as technology continues to exponentially evolve.

Recognizing this, Trias aims to build a trustworthy and reliable IAS through its innovative project.

The name Trias was chosen for its abbreviation of โ€œTrustworthy, Reliable Intelligent Autonomous Systems.โ€

The risks associated with relying on untrusted machines have become increasingly significant. Despite this, we often default to trusting machines in various aspects of our lives.

From computers and the internet boosting work efficiency to mobile phones meeting our communication needs & even the rise of AI weโ€™re seeing today. Untrusted applications can lead to data leakage and tampering. Smart medical machines, while capable of diagnosing illnesses and performing surgeries, are vulnerable to untrusted analysis and control procedures that may jeopardize patient safety. Even smart home products and other machine-controlled systems are susceptible to breaches and intrusion.

Weโ€™ve traded our privacy & security for the purposes of convenience.

To address these challenges, Trias draws inspiration from Appleโ€™s ecosystem, which successfully implements relatively trustworthy and reliable hardware and software systems.

By employing secure hardware, strict boot-loading processes, closed-source operating systems, and centralized controls, Apple ensures a secure and closedโ€ฆ