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DeepBrain Chain has announced a partnership with SingularityNET (AGI), which is a platform that aims to address one of the limiting factors of AI growth – a lack of interoperability – by allowing AIs to “cooperate and coordinate at scale”.

In a Medium post published by DeepBrain Chain, its states that although many people compare its project to SingularityNET, they address different issues. DeepBrain Chain aims to provide a platform and marketplace for secure data training and trading, whilst SingularityNET’s goal is to “provide an intelligent fabric for AI algorithms to talk to each other”.

DeepBrain Chain provide an example of how this might work:

We first have a very narrow shopkeeper AI which identifies and marks the price of certain goods in multiple stores, if you were to ask your personal AI assistant to have a certain product delivered (this is where AGI really gets interesting) your assistant could connect with the shopkeeper using the SingularityNET service to see if they have the item you want in their database, in which store it’s located that is closest to you and how much it costs, thus providing you with the best possible outcome.

The partnership will see SingularityNET build a connecting agent between DeepBrain Chain and its own platform to allow for a sharing of data. It will also expand the available amount of computing power to create and train AI models and agents at scale

“The key here is to foster the expansion and growth of AI in a more decentralized manner,” said SingularityNET CEO Dr. Ben Goertzel. “Society is concerned about a potential future in which the centralization of data and AI processing places huge power in the hands of a few large tech firms. Our goal is to bring about a decentralized AI ecosystem, in which AI services offered by multiple projects interoperate together in a decentralised manner — resulting in general intelligence that is both powerful and participatory.”

In addition, the two companies have agreed to collaborate with universities to share their work with the next generation of AI developers and computer scientists.

For information on SingularityNET can be found at singularitynet.io.

More information on DeepBrain Chain can be found at the links below.