How an ‘internet of AIs’ will take artificial intelligence to the next level

HyperCycle is a decentralized network that connects AI machines to make them smarter and more profitable. It enables companies of all sizes to participate in the emerging AI computing economy.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a rapidly evolving field that seems likely to fall into the hands of major companies or organizations with nationally driven budgets. One might think that only these have the massive financial resources to generate the computing power to train and ultimately own AI.

Recent events at OpenAI, a developer of the AI chatbot ChatGPT, highlight the challenges of centralized AI development. The firing of CEO Sam Altman and the resignation of co-founder Greg Brockman raise questions about governance and decision-making in centralized AI entities and highlight the need for a more decentralized approach. Srinivasan Balaji, a former chief technology officer at Coinbase, has become a staunch proponent for increased transparency in the realm of AI, advocating for the adoption of decentralized AI systems.

In addition to centralization, there’s a lot of fragmentation in the AI space, meaning cutting-edge systems are unable to communicate with one another. Moreover, a high degree of centralization brings considerable security risks — and reliability issues. Plus, given the vast amounts of computing power needed, efficiency and speed are key.

To achieve the full potential of AI that answers to all of humanity, we need a different approach — one that decentralizes AI and allows AI systems to communicate with each other, eliminating the need for intermediaries. This would increase AI systems’ time to market, intelligence and profitability. While many systems are currently specialized in specific tasks, such as voice or facial recognition, a future shift to artificial general intelligence could allow one system to undertake a wide range of tasks simultaneously by delegating those tasks to multiple AIs.

Connecting AI systems

As mentioned above, currently, the AI industry is dominated by large corporations and institutional investors, making it difficult for individuals to participate. HyperCycle, a novel ledgerless blockchain architecture, emerges as a transformative solution, aiming to democratize AI by establishing a fast and secure network that empowers everyone, from large enterprises to individuals, to contribute to AI computing.

HyperCycle is powered by a layer 0++ blockchain technology that enables rapid, cost-effective microtransactions between diverse AI agents interconnected to each other, and collectively solving problems.

This “internet of AIs” allows systems to interact and collaborate directly without intermediaries. It addresses the challenges of overcoming the slow, costly processes of the siloed AI landscape.

This is particularly timely, as the number of machine-to-machine (M2M) connections globally is increasing rapidly.

For instance, existing companies could interact with HyperCycle’s AIs specializing in IoT, blockchain, and supply chain management to optimize logistics for clients, predict maintenance before breakdowns occur, and ensure seamless data integrity. By enabling this interconnected ecosystem of decentralized A Is, HyperCycle can lead to operational efficiency and innovation in service offerings.

HyperCycle has also partnered with Penguin Digital to create HyperPG, a service that connects all the network beneficiaries together. HyperPG uses Paraguay’s abundant hydropower to provide a green and efficient source of energy for AI computing.

One of HyperCycle’s key features is the HyperAiBox, a plug-and-play device that allows individuals and organizations to perform AI computations at home and reduces their reliance on large corporations with vast data centers. The compact box is about the size of a modem, has a touchscreen, and allows nodes to be operated from home and network participants to be compensated for the resources they provide to the network. It is also a low-power solution.

Rapid advancements and mainnet launch

The launch of HyperCycle’s mainnet, ahead of schedule, highlights the network’s rapid growth. Currently, over 59,000 initial nodes are providing “Uptime” to the network by covering operational expenses. An additional 230,000 single licenses will soon join the ecosystem. This expansion indicates a strong demand for over 295 million HyPC tokens, reflecting the network’s engagement and growth.

The three key metrics of “Uptime,” “Computation,” and “Reputation” incentivize node operators to maintain high standards, ensuring a stable, secure, and decentralized network environment.

Since June 2023, HyperCycle’s network has been operational, scaling up as demand increases. Source: HyperCycle

Since June 2023, HyperCycle’s network has been operational, scaling up as demand increases. Source: HyperCycle

AI remains at a nascent stage, but HyperCycle’s goal is to anticipate the challenges that might stand in this technology’s way — and break down barriers to entry, making AI more accessible and affordable to everyone.

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Written by Chris Jones on 2023-11-22 11:50:00.

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