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Focused on Lowering the Cost of AI Computing Power to Further Industry Innovation, DeepBrain Chain Partners with SingularityNET’s Network of AI Algorithms and Services

World’s First AI Computing Platform Powered by Blockchain Has The Ability To Cut AI Cost By 70%
With the Partnership, SingularityNET Can Now Run Its AI Technology At Lower Costs

SAN FRANCISCO- DeepBrain Chain, the world’s first AI computing platform powered by blockchain, today is announcing a partnership with SingularityNET, the leading full stack open source platform for innovators in AI. The partnership will allow SingularityNET to offer AI Agents on their data marketplace the option to power algorithms and link data sets via DeepBrain Chain’s network. The deal will also allow for a connection between agents that links one service to another, providing back end autonomy without user input.

DeepBrain Chain will create a marketplace and platform for the development and training of AI models using integrated AI cloud network, while on the other hand SingularityNET looks to solve the autonomous interaction between AI agents.

SingularityNet will utilize DeepBrain Chain’s AI cloud service to offer the necessary level of computing power to anyone using the SNet service. The key goal here is to foster the expansion and growth of AI in a more decentralized manner.

“Our goal is to make AI more affordable across the market, allowing for further innovation in industries such as healthcare and finance,” stated Dongyan Wang, Chief AI Officer and Executive VP of DeepBrain Chain. “Being the first AI platform built on the blockchain, we have taken a responsibility to lower computing cost by at least 50%. With our new collaboration with SingularityNET, we know we’ll not only lower costs but begin to create a larger network of data sharing to further capabilities of those trying to significantly impact our daily lives.”

There was an increase of 5,154 new Artificial Intelligence companies in the period 2012-2016. 20-30% of all AI applications cost is the computation. The role of artificial intelligence in daily life increases day by day, with an aggregated market cap already over 20 billion dollars. According to a study released by Narrative Science, 62% of enterprises will use AI technologies by 2018.

The two data marketplaces associated with DeepBrain Chain and SingularityNet respectively will aim to create a framework allowing sharing of data between the two platforms, so that a user on either platform can access data on either platform via back-end interactions between the platforms, without specific user attention needing to be paid to the cross-platform interaction.<