Nexus (NXS), announced a partnership with SingularityNET (AGI), to explore the combination of both technologies. SingularityNET is looking to expand horizons creating a decentralized AI network based on blockchain. This new partnership could result in the most secure, scalable and censorship-resistant blockchain AI infrastructure in existence.
Nearly a year into development, SingularityNET is poised to revolutionize the way businesses, institutions, and individuals develop and utilize artificial intelligence. Led by an established team of developers and partners (previous projects include OpenCog, Hanson Robotics, and Novamente), we are proud to announce the publication of the SingularityNET whitepaper.
Is it only a property of self-aware beings? Is it built-in or has it evolved through interactions with the surrounding environment? Maybe it's the type of intelligence described by Stanislav Lem in Solaris. Or maybe it's a social phenomena of emerging cooperative behavioral patterns developed through social collaboration between multiple individual entities like humans, ants, neural cells, and even proteins.
Cisco has established a partnership with blockchain firm SingularityNET to explore decentralised artificial intelligence. The partners are specifically looking at artificial general intelligence (AGI) technologies which aim to replicate the complex tasks of which humans are capable. AGI is considered a step above standard AI because it aims to add human-like reasoning capabilities in uncertain scenarios. Such processing will enable AGIs to do things like solve puzzles and make plans which are beyond that of today's AIs. "The scale of the AGI deployments needed by a partner like Cisco is going to be tremendous, and we are working hard to make sure our AGI tools and our blockchain-based platform is up to the task."