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singularitynet  (AGIX)

SingularityNET (AGIX)

$0,214448 0.0%
0,00000391 BTC -0.8%
0,00005180 ETH -1.4%
25 807 personnes aiment ça
$0,209819
Plage de 24 h
$0,217150
Capitalisation boursière $209 257 934
Volume de négociation sur 24 h $2 011 577
Évaluation après dilution $214 448 451
Offre en circulation 975 795 966
Offre totale 1 000 000 000
Offre maximale 1 000 000 000
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Graphique de cours de la crypto-monnaie SingularityNET (AGIX)

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AGIX Prix et statistiques du marché

Cours de AGIX $0,214448
ROI de SingularityNET 114.4%
Capitalisation boursière $209 257 934
Prédominance de la cap. du marché 0,01%
Volume d'échange $2 011 577
Volume/Capitalisation du marché 0.0096
Min. sur 24 h / Max. sur 24 h $0,209819 / $0,217150
Min. sur 7 j / Max. sur 7 j $0,208337 / $0,273920
Classement #338
Niveau record $0,950230 -77.4%
Jan 28, 2018 (presque 4 ans)
Plus bas niveau historique $0,007471590461 2774.3%
Mar 13, 2020 (plus d'un an)

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Cours et données du marché du SingularityNET

Le cours actuel du SingularityNET est de $0,214448 avec un volume de négociation sur 24 heures de $2 011 577. Le cours a augmenté de 0.0% au cours des dernières 24 heures. Il dispose d'une offre en circulation de 980 million AGIX pièces et d'une offre maximum de 1 milliard. Actuellement, le marché le plus actif sur lequel cette crypto-monnaie se négocie est Binance.

SingularityNET is a decentralized marketplace for Artificial Intelligence (AI). The business value of AI is becoming clearer each day; however, there’s a significant gap between the people developing AI tools (researchers and academics) and the businesses that want to use them. Most organizations need a more customized solution than what a single AI project can offer, and research projects oftentimes have trouble accessing a large enough data set to build effective machine learning. SingularityNET closes these gaps.

The long-term vision of the SingulairtyNET team is to build a network of complex AI Agent interactions primarily using resources from the OpenCog Foundation. To look at this further, let’s check out their in-house built humanoid robot, Sophia. Sophia uses a combination of AI Agents that range from natural language processing to physical motor controls to operate. You tell Sophia to summarize a video that’s embedded in a webpage. To do this, Sophia sends a request to Agent A. Through its AI, Agent A knows that Agent B specializes in analyzing and transcribing video while Agent C specializes in summarizing text. Agent A pays Agent B and Agent C to perform these tasks while Sophia pays Agent A to coordinate. All the while, each Agent has updated their own AI with the network information gained from these tasks and combines it with their previous experiences and knowledge. Therefore, the collective AI of the system grows at a faster rate than any individual Agent.

SingularityNET wants to build a decentralized protocol for creators and users of AI to interact with each other, to not only help individual projects benefit by leveraging the strengths of other AI systems that might handle certain tasks better, but ultimately to develop SingularityNET into a functioning AI system itself, with nodes on the network making their own decisions about how to connect services and proactively provide solutions to academic and business problems. Tokenizing the network creates an AI marketplace where AI developers and sellers can not only link with others who might assist in building more robust AI solutions, but also allow AI services and products to be bought and sold, creating revenue and establishing price points where none have existed before.

The SingularityNET team boasts 50+ AI developers and 10+ PhDs. Dr. Ben Goertzel leads the group as CEO and Chief Scientist. He’s also the Chairman of the OpenCog Foundation and the Artificial General Intelligence Society, as well as the Chief Scientist at Hanson Robotics, the partner company helping bring SingularityNET to life. Dr. David Hanson, founder of Hanson Robotics, serves as the Robotics Lead. Most famously, Hanson Robotics built Sophia, the most expressive humanoid robot to date. Sophia is also a proud member of the SingularityNET team. The team recently released the alpha version of the platform and is planning on launching a public beta sometime in the middle of 2018.

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