Cortex Labs which has synergized blockchain & AI has revealed that its has launched its MainNet making it the world the first open, public, AI-powered ecosystem. The firm is also in a mission to democratize AI and prevent the creation of AI monopolies, by building an open-source environment to host trained AI models. Its developers are rewarded with CTXC tokens in the form of transaction fees for their contribution to the decentralized ecosystem.
A major IT company based in the U.S, Hewlett Packard (HP) Enterprise is exploring mixing of technology such as blockchain, Artificial Intelligence (AI) to develop internet-connected devices. It names it as ‘Edge computing’ which powers the Internet of Things devices like self-driving cars, personalized mobile-app promotions based on real-time analytics and predictive maintenance on industrial machines, whilst ensuring data privacy.
Cortex has launched a network for decentralized apps powered by artificial intelligence (AI) and claims that this is the first time that artificial intelligence has been introduced to a crypto network at scale. In near future, it plans to work with developers to implement AI apps on its network, and deliver on-chain machine learning to networks beyond Ethereum.
Ernst & Young (EY) has collaborated with artificial intelligence (AI) firm, Sensyne Health and blockchain company Guardtime. The new collaboration aims to link healthcare reimbursement and actual patient outcomes. The CEO of Guardtime, Mike Gault explained, “We are excited about the opportunities this collaboration will bring to the health industry.”
As an effort in accelerating the development of AI and robotics in the provincial government of Sindh, the local government have shared its intention in developing a centre of Robotics, Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain at IBA university in Sukkur. It was reported that Rs.3 billion has been allocated by the provincial government of Sindh in its FY 2019-2020 budget.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) has formed fourth industrial revolution councils which will work to bring out a new technology policy guidance. The council will be keeping an eye on development on artificial intelligence, autonomous mobility, blockchain, drones, internet of things and precision medicine. The board is composed of 200 leaders from the public and private sectors to lay clearly defined rules.
A new blockchain-powered crypto platform has been introduced by a bitcoin and altcoins trading and education platform powered by AI, blockchain technology and social networking, Taklimakan Network. The Taklimakan network aim to simplify the process of accessing information and the process of learning cryptocurrency where the crypto traders are not required to sign up on multiple platforms.
SingularityNET (a blockchain based AI startup) has announced that it has launched an accelerator X-Lab with aim to develop an environment where creative ideas can be assessed. Its Founder Ben Goertzel, “At SingularityNET we are out to create a great business and technology ecosystem centered around decentralized AI, but we’re also inspired by bigger missions related to the concept of a beneficial Singularity and the long-term well-being of humanity and its future AI mind children,”
NVIDIA’s elite Inception Program has shared that they have recently welcomed Ammut Network with the aim in helping the innovative startups transforming the AI sectors in terms of capability and data science. The Software Development professional for Ammut, Melissa Alexander commented, “We hope that together we can make the world a better place and bring blockchain to everyone’s attention, one use case at a time.”
An AI-based blockchain technology, Sesame Token has been launched by AllSesame as an effort in solving the food waste issue among the restaurateurs. The CEO Doston Jalolov explained, “Blockchain has the power to solve so many accountability issues currently experienced in businesses today. Databases can’t solve these kinds of problems, as they can be tampered with and do not work between various parties.”