SingularityNET

SingularityNET

Ethereum-based decentralized marketplace for sharing and distributing artificial intelligence modules and organizing them to work together.

SingularityNET is a decentralized marketplace that acts as an aggregate for artificial intelligence algorithms. The company was founded in 2017 by Ben Goertzel, Cassio Pennachin, and Simone Giacomelli, in Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, The Netherlands.

The company has created a platform that allows artificial intelligence creators to coordinate and collaborate. The platform allows all users including companies, developers, and organizations to monetize their algorithms. Algorithms can be bought and sold in quantity.

SingularityNET was born from a collective will to distribute the power of AI. The company has used the platform to build an expressive robot, Sophia. Sophia is one of the first use cases of the SingularityNET platform. The company has pooled different artificial intelligence algorithms to create Sophia allowing the robot to see, hear, and respond while displaying empathetic gestures. Many of her underlying AI modules are available open-source on SingularityNET.

The company works with Wired, TechCrunch, Quartz, Huffpost, Futurism, the CoinTelegraph, Forbes, CNBC, Bitcoin, and ABC.

Timeline

December 19, 2017

SingularityNET raised an undisclosed amount in Initial Coin Offering from Connect Capital and Zeroth.AI

November 22, 2017

SingularityNET raised an undisclosed amount in Series Unknown from Kosmos Capital

People

Name
Role
LinkedIn

Ani Sachdev

Business Analyst

Artur Gontijo

Senior Software Engineer

Benjamin Goertzel

CEO & Chief Scientist

Cassio Pennachin

CTO

David Hanson

Robotics Lead

Matthew Ikle

Researcher

Simone Giacomelli

Blockchain Lead

Further reading

Title
Author
Link
Type
Date

SingularityNET: A decentralized, open marketand inter-network for AIs

https://public.singularitynet.io/whitepaper.pdf

Documentaries, videos and podcasts

Title
Date
Link

Companies

Company
CEO
Location
Products/Services

SingularityNET

Benjamin Goertzel

Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, The Netherlands

Decentralized marketplace for AI algorithms

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