AI-Generated Art Comes To Fetch.ai’s New NFT Platform

Announcements, Blockchain, Innovation, News | August 24, 2021 By:

Cambridge-based tech startup Fetch.ai is introducing a new platform, CoLearn NFT Art, that allows groups of creators to automatically generate NFTs using artificial intelligence and machine learning for the first time.

Powered by the artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms trained using Fetch.ai’s collective learning framework,

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Fetch.ai Partners with PSNC to Utilize Collective Learning for Cancer Cell Detection

Announcements, Blockchain, News | June 16, 2021 By:

Cambridge-based tech startup Fetch.ai has announced a partnership with Poland’s Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center (PSNC).

Fetch.ai has built an open access, tokenized, decentralized machine learning network to enable smart infrastructure built around a decentralized digital economy. Its network is based around an open-source technology that any user can run to connect to the network,

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Commodity Derivatives Exchange Mettalex Launches Early Access Program

Announcements, Blockchain, News | November 27, 2020 By:

Commodity derivatives exchange Mettalex has announced the launch of its Early Access Program, allowing users access to a $2.5 trillion commodities market.

Mettalex is a decentralized commodities derivatives trading platform powered by Fetch.ai, a Cambridge-based artificial intelligence lab. Founded with the mission to bring the $2.5 trillion commodities market on-chain,

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Fetch.AI Completes Sale On Bitfinex Token Sales Selling Out 1.9M FET Tokens In 14 Seconds

Blockchain, ICO News, News | August 28, 2020 By:

Cambridge-based tech startup Fetch.ai has successfully completed its Catalyst sale using Bitfinex Token Sales Inc. (BTS) technology.

Fetch.ai has built an open access, tokenized, decentralized machine learning network to enable smart infrastructure built around a decentralized digital economy. Its network is based around an open-source technology that any user can run to connect to the network,

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