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DeepBrain Chain, the First Artificial Intelligence Computing Platform Driven by Blockchain

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “DeepBrain Chain is an Artificial Intelligence Computing Platform driven by blockchain. The DBC project is for global AI computing resource sharing and resource scheduling because many small businesses do not have the money to buy expensive GPU servers, but many companies have a large number of GPU servers which are idle. Scheduling global resources and increasing the utilization efficiency of resources are of positive significance regarding the AI business computing costs reduction. Its vision aims at providing a decentralized AI Computing platform, which is low cost, private, flexible, and safe. The DeepBrain Chain platform serves the interests of several parties. Firstly, the Miner’s main income is rewarded with token from mining. Secondly, AI companies just pay small amounts to run. Thirdly, the Chain uses the smart contract to separate the data provider and data trainer physically. Thus, it protects the data of the provider.”

The release goes on, “The interests of three major parties can be reconciled with the advanced technology. When AI factories’ user requirements are in peak or trough, DeepBrain Chain can also automatically adjust. If some nodes of DBC are attacked by hackers, the remaining nodes are working well as usual. DBC makes sure AI factories’ operations will never be interrupted. The top scientists team, mode innovation and product landing form three distinctive advantages of the project. DeepBrain was awarded First Prize in the Enterprise Sector of the SMP First Evaluation of Chinese Human-Computer Dialogue Technology when more than thirty national top AI teams participated in this competition.”

Read more at Business Wire.

Photo credit: DeepBrain

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