AI Meets Blockchain: Mindverse Launches Global Beta for Web3 Industry

AI Meets Blockchain: Mindverse Launches Global Beta for Web3 Industry

Mindverse, an AI firm based in Singapore, is gearing up to launch its closed beta globally. It is targeting not only the Web3 industry but also other sectors. The platform offers a range of tools that allow users to create AI Geniuses or virtual beings that can assist businesses with sales and service delivery. How will Mindverse AI impact the NFT space?

AI Meets Blockchain: Mindverse Launches Global Beta for Web3 Industry

AI Meets Blockchain: Mindverse Launches Global Beta for Web3 Industry. Source: Moonstats

 

Mindverse’s Closed Beta Launch & Customizable AI Geniuses with MindOS

Mindverse’s closed beta will launch on April 18th, providing attendees with a deep dive into their core technology. This includes an AMA with the founders and a closed beta license to explore the MindOS technology. Further, Fangbo Tao, Mindverse’s co-founder, and CEO, expressed the company’s eagerness to receive feedback from Closed Beta participants.

MindOS web3 AI technology enables users to customize their AI assistants’ appearance, personality, knowledge domain, and app integration before deployment. The AI Geniuses can also be trained using unsorted data. This data can come from product documents, onboarding manuals, or even entire websites. As a result, Mindverse can deliver high-quality responses that match a given brand’s voice.

Applications for the Metaverse, NFTs, and Web3 AI

So, how will Mindverse work with NFTs? Well, Mindverse’s virtual beings can assist users with queries and guidance in a particular virtual world. This makes them suitable for deployment as NFT avatars in various metaverses. Significantly, Mindverse is among the first projects to link AI and blockchain technology. Both new and existing Web3 AI projects can leverage the platform. They can do so to design and deploy AI Geniuses that can save time and increase productivity. The platform’s intelligent virtual beings are highly customizable and offer a range of potential use cases beyond the Web3 industry.

 

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