Neo Global Development is hosting an X Spaces session dedicated to innovative AI applications in Web3. The guest panel will feature team members from projects building on the Neo X EVM sidechain, as well as others from outside the ecosystem. The forum will be moderated by Carolyn, a business development manager at NGD, and will be recorded. The discussion will begin at 10:00 a.m. (UTC) on Friday, July 12, with guests to include:

  • Nick Havryliak, co-founder and CEO of Assisterr
  • Cedar, ecosystem builder at DSC
  • Mahmoud Farouk, COO of TrendX
  • Oz, community lead at GaiaNet

Assisterr is a University of Cambridge-based startup establishing a network of community-owned small language models. The team seeks to enable communities to collaborate and aggregate their expertise in niche subjects by developing, deploying, and monetizing SLMs. Assisterr recently took home two prizes at BeWater’s recent AI Crypto Hackathon, including the Neo Bounty and first prize in the Tokenized AI and Incentives track.

DSC aims to democratize access to advanced computing services by providing scalable, secure, and cost-effective AI computer power. The entity seeks to accelerate AI research and development by harnessing underutilized computing resources. DSC partners include Nvidia, AMD, MetaMask, BNB Chain, and more.

TrendX is a Web3 investment platform providing information on over 22,000 projects across various blockchain networks. The platform also offers information featuring token trends, social media trending topics, key opinion leaders, research articles, and more.

GaiaNet is a decentralized computing infrastructure that seeks to enable its users to create, deploy, scale, and monetize personal AI agents. GaiaNet nodes offer web-based chatbot UIs and OpenAI-compatible APIs that provide users with an alternative to OpenAI, which is currently used for most AI agents. Each GaiaNet node can be customized with fine-tuned models supplemented by domain knowledge (e.g., a financial analyst agent can write SQL query codes to scour through SEC 10k filings for responses to user questions).

The X Spaces announcement can be found at the link below: