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Fetch ai is building an open access, tokenized, decentralized machine learning network to enable smart infrastructure built around a decentralized digital economy.
What is Fetch ai
At Fetch ai we build tools and infrastructure to enable a decentralized digital economy.
Fetch ai, a Cambridge-based artificial intelligence lab, is building a decentralized machine learning platform based on a distributed ledger, that enables secure sharing, connection, and transactions based on any data globally.
Fetch ai’s network is based around an open-source technology that any user can run to connect to the network, giving access to the power of AI on a world-scale secure dataset, to carry out complex coordination tasks in the modern economy.
On this network a series of software agents represent and act on behalf of their owners. These autonomous agents work to provide an optimised service across a variety of ecosystems, to the benefit of both suppliers and consumers.
This system has a wide potential in many areas. Financial services users can optimize trading, public transport networks could be reconfigured, cities could intelligently adapt to usage by their citizens, the gig economy could be restructured, and energy networks can be connected in a smart grid.
Fetch ai Review: Is Fetch ai a Good Investment
Fetch.ai was founded in early 2017, following a merger of two independent companies, itzMe.AI, and uVue. itzMe.AI was operating in the field of social networks while uVue was involved in developing control systems for autonomous vehicles.
Fetch.ai is developing an uncommissioned ledger system. However, they also envisage operating the ledger in permissioned environments, such as healthcare and IoT settings, to facilitate the bottom-up deployment of autonomous agents.
These could be used, for example, to improve medical diagnoses by linking together information from multiple separate data sources, whilst maintaining the privacy of the underlying data.
The Fetch.ai technology stack involves four distinct elements. These elements include:
- The Agent Framework, which provides modular and reusable components for building multi-agent systems.
- The Open Economic Framework provides search and discovery functions to enable agents to find each other along with peer-to-peer networking tools for routing messages between agents.
- The Agent Metropolis is a collection of smart contracts that run on a WebAssembly (WASM) VM and that maintain an immutable record of agreements between agents and provide a variety of services to support agent applications.
- The Fetch.ai Blockchain combines novel multi-party cryptography and game theory to provide secure, censorship-resistant consensus and other features such as rapid chain-syncing to support agent applications.
The Fetch ai blockchain supports a variety of services, such as staking, governance and identity that support deployment of agent applications.
The blockchain is based on the Cosmos-SDK, which enables token interoperability with many other chains via the inter-blockchain communication (IBC) protocol.
This means that agent-based services can be deployed on other networks such as Ethereum, Cosmos and Binance Smart Chain.
With these we believe Fetch ai is a good investment.
FET token uses case
Fetch AI’s decentralized infrastructure utilizes algorithms that bring the AI-based autonomous machine economy to life. As the Fetch.AI network grows, an increasing number of developers from major corporate companies and beyond will be coding and deploying Autonomous Economic Agents.
These agents solve a wide range of problems for users by communicating, trading and collaborating across the Fetch AI network.
The Fetch.AI (FET) token is used by agents to fund specific network functions and is an important means of incentivizing good behavior.
Listed below are some examples of when the FET token comes into play on the Fetch.AI ecosystem.
Connecting agents to the network
Once a developer has built an agent it will need to be deployed on the network. To enable this, Fetch.AI tokens are deposited, a little like staking, giving the agent the right to operate in the network. The token is deposited to make it economically infeasible for bad actors to deploy malicious agents (due to the escalating cost).
Exchanging value between agents
When two agents have successfully connected, communicated, and negotiated, one needs to pay the other for the data or service on offer. The FET token acts as the medium of exchange, allowing autonomous agents to exchange Fetch.AI tokens to acquire data or services from other agents. Importantly, the token supports micro-payments of just a fraction of a cent. These micro-transactions are key to the autonomous machine to machine economy, in which a car may access a small piece of data from a sensor at a low financial cost.
Accessing ledger-based AI/ML algorithms
The Fetch.AI network has a wide range of ‘primary’ AI & ML functionality embedded in the ledger itself. That’s why we refer to it as a ‘Smart Ledger’. Examples of primary algorithms include trust scores so agents know broader contextual prediction models and are aware of which agents they should do business with. Agents require a modest amount of tokens to access this core functionality.
Accessing the Fetch.AI digital world
The Fetch.AI system provides more than a ledger. The digital world is a vast space that represents the real world, but in a way, machines can work with and interpret. Working within the digital world, agents can deliver even more value to their owners by finding more opportunities for value exchange. FET is used as a means for agents to pay for access.
For exchange into Fetch.AI’s operational fuel
Operation costs on the Fetch.AI network are decoupled from the Fetch.AI token in a similar way to that of “gas” on the Ethereum network. However, additional functionality is designed to increase the stability of such fuel and to address issues associated with high and low-velocity economies. Fetch.AI’s operational fuel allows access to processor time for smart contract execution and other network-derived services for agents.
As you can see from the examples, a thriving Fetch.AI network that includes many millions or, as we hope and expect in the future, billions of autonomous agents, requires a token to enable this new digital economy to function. The FET token is the currency agents use to pay for the benefits they derive from the wider network, whilst also providing a frictionless means of paying each other.
Members of the community will soon be able to experiment with the Fetch.AI test-network via our Network Participation App. This has been designed to be as easy to use as possible.
Simply download it and sensors on your smartphone are transformed into Fetch.AI autonomous agents, operating on the test-network. This will provide opportunities to see the various uses of the FET token in action and will be possible when the Fetch.AI Token Generation Event occurs.
Needless to say, we’re very excited to soon be opening the test-network to the community.
Fetch ai mission is to build the infrastructure required for autonomous software agents to organize complex tasks to benefit individuals, businesses, and organizations. And to enable anyone access to the power of AI with our interoperable decentralized network and open‑source software tools.
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