Artificial Intelligence network SingularityNET as revealed a developer portal that will “enable the developers to discover, adopt and learn” the first decentralized artificial intelligence network across the globe.
On the portal guides, tutorials and some other detailed resources on how to make use of the SingulairtyNET platform that will be provided. This is expected to allow just about anyone to create, monetize and share artificial intelligence services at scale. The developers will also be able to offer feedback on the new resource.
Concerning the democratizing AI, the SingularityNET developer Portal will accommodate a wide range of programming languages. This will include the Python, GO, Ruby, C#, Android, Java, Node.js, PHP, Objective-C, C++, and Haskell.
The developers will be key in the helping democratize and decentralize artificial intelligence as the sector is currently dominated by the few firms in the west Per Goertzel, the most productive and safest approach is to ensure that AI development is as across the globe inclusive and participatory as possible.
The launch of the SingularityNET developer portal comes less than just two months since the government of Malta selected the decentralized AI firm to continue in drafting the island country National Artifical Intelligence strategy. With respect to this, one of the first responsibilities SingularityNET was involved in was creating a Robot Citizenship Test for Malta. At the time, SingularityNET expressed hope that the test would serve as a blueprint for other countries:
The citizenship test would serve as a basis for benevolent robots amongst us, allowing them to pass the test and be considered for citizenship with the possibility of being refused entry. The research and development of the Robot Citizenship Test will eventually lead the way for other countries seeking to develop an AI strategy of their own.