World’s First Blockchain Driven by AI Comes Online

DeepBrain Chain is Now the First Platform for AI Computing Leveraging Blockchain

DeepBrain Chain (DBC), has announced that it is now the world’s first blockchain-driven AICP (Artificial Intelligence Computing Platform). DBC project serves as a global resource scheduling and resource sharing for AI computing. It allows small businesses without big GPU budgets to leverage the large number of idle GPUs of larger organizations. Increasing the efficiency of utilization and scheduling of resources globally lead to a positive impact on the cost reduction of AI business computing. The aim of DBC is to offer a decentralized AICP which is safe, flexible, private, and low cost.

The DBC platform is a win-win scenario for all different parties. To begin with, the primary income of the Miner gets rewarded via mining tokens. Next, the amount paid by AI companies to run is lower. Lastly, using a smart contract, the Chain distinguishes the data trainer and the data provider physically. Hence, the provider’s data is protected. The advanced technology of DBC helps reconcile the interest of all three parties involved. The DBC platform also has the capability to adjust itself depending on the user requirements of AI factories. Also, when certain nodes of DBC get endangered by hackers, the other nodes continue functioning without being affected. This ensures that the operations of AI factories are never interrupted.

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