PlatON Is Building a Decentralized Ai Network to Democratize Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence is changing the world. It provides new data collection and analyses methods that help in decision making and improves user experience.

However, a few vulnerabilities make people wary.

The Issue of Sensitive Information

One of the most significant issues related to how AI operates is the type of information it collects and stores. AI systems around the world have accumulated massive amounts of data, which raises ethical concerns.

The good news is that blockchain technology can be used to implement security controls. It can also help AI understand, track, and audit data.

This is exactly what the PlatON project focuses on. The idea is to create a global brain and decentralize AI to make it more secure.

LatticeX Foundation has already initiated the network. The team also leveraged the next-generation internet infrastructure protocol that makes the proof size shorter while accelerating proof generation/verification.

PlatON also implemented the Later1 base protocol, adapted to preserve the privacy of AI. Additionally, PlatON supports WASM and EVM virtual machines that contain privacy-preserving algorithms.

These algorithms guarantee a standard for token privacy contracts through several stages, which further guarantees users’ anonymity.

At the moment, the 2.0 version of PlatON whitepaper also provides several more solutions, such as Metis privacy-preserving computational network and discusses the abilities of Horae service nodes.

In October 2020, PlatON also launched Alaya, a testing solution and business sandbox. In addition, the team will continue its work towards a planned privacy-preserved AI network, according to the official roadmap.