Why Dbrain Recent Partnership Is Necessary To Harmonize Blockchain and AI
Blockchain technology is already complicated in substance, let alone on its face, so why would we complicate it more? Well, injecting artificial intelligence (A.I.) into the mix may make it seem more complex, but, in reality, more accessible and comprehensible.
Dbrain is the world’s first A.I. computing platform that turns raw data into A.I. solutions for businesses. Why does this matter? The idea behind it is to implement A.I. across all industries, connecting necessary parties and seamlessly integrating all stages of A.I. development and deployment into a single consumer product.
In the company’s most recent partnership with SingularityNet, a full-stack A.I. platform, bringing together the minds of researchers, developers, and entrepreneurs to explore how machine learning and blockchain technology can be harmonized. But, why is this partnership so significant?
#1 – A Technologically Symbiotic Relationship
In many start-up cases, there is usually a unilateral relationship where one party is using their resources to help grow the venture. In the case of Dbrain and SingularityNET, this is not the case. In what seems to be a technologically symbiotic relationship, SingularityNET will provide Dbrain with the platform to construct their AI services, and leverage SingularityNET’s infrastructure to host their AI services created using the platform.
Specifically, SingularityNET will enable Dbrain with an end-to-end service platform with capabilities for describing, packaging, deploying, and managing Dbrain’s A.I. services along with providing an infrastructure that will play host to Dbrain’s A.I. services for technical support.
“Putting Dbrain and SingularityNET together, enables AIs running on either platform to outsource tasks to AIs running in the other platform,” says SingularityNET CEO Ben Goertzel, “thus creating a whole that is smarter than the sum of the parts; an intelligent network of networks living and growing within the network of networks that is the new decentralized economy.”
#2 –Opens Up Channels for Blockchain and A.I. Innovation
Bringing together A.I. and the Blockchain allows for a shuffling of information, knowledge, and expertise to work together to harmonize both spaces. The ability for A.I. developers, scientists, researchers, and entrepreneurs to come together and monetize off their creations, provides for an open, innovative marketplace.
For too long has creation and innovation been stifled as it relates to one’s ability to retain ownership and recognition over their work. Now, with the Blockchain, creators can once again control the source of their work and see it intertwined with a whole new type of technology.
When it comes to technical support, Dbrain’s resources will help to establish an end-to-end AI development platform for SingularityNet in addition to existing AI development resources.
Dbrain’s developers are helping to build an important part of the emerging, decentralized AI ecosystem, looking to birth neutral net learning techniques.
#3 –A Democratized Marketplace
Having an open, democratic network where both the user and developers benefit is what keeps this market free-flowing. SingularityNet’s network makes it easy to monetize A.I. innovations, with the end goal of continuous collaboration between various tools.
In the case of Dbrain, crowdworkers from emerging markets label and validate existing data. In exchange for their contributions, they are instantly compensated with cryptocurrency tokens.
In the Dbrain ecosystem, crowdworkers from emerging markets label and validate AI data. They are compensated instantly with cryptocurrency payments.
Data scientists use the resulting datasets to train neural networks, which create the foundation for AI applications and other DApps.
Whether it’s the average consumer or a business, these neural networks can be utilized to serve individualized needs.
Andrew is a Forbes Contributor, former contributor for The Merkle, former Huff Post contributor. He also works as a consultant for ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC across Dallas and Ohio on the latest news in the technology law realm. He has been quoted in many Forbes articles and featured in national stories across the countries such as Cheddar on GDPR, and on podcasts such as Lawyer 2 Lawyer, Thinking Like A Lawyer, TheLegalTool Kit, and This Week In The Law.