Amid the prevailing focus on artificial intelligence, machine learning companies continue to explore the immense potential of decentralized technology. Gensyn AI, a UK-based firm, recently secured $43 million in Series A funding led by a16z crypto, marking a significant milestone in their mission to enable developers to leverage AI tools through a flexible pay-as-you-go model.
Founded in 2020 by Ben Fielding and Harry Grieve, Gensyn AI aims to establish a decentralized machine learning compute protocol. According to Ben Fielding, co-founder of Gensyn AI, their vision is to interconnect all machine learning-capable compute hardware worldwide, encompassing GPUs and CPUs. The objective is to provide engineers, researchers, and academics with seamless access to this vast network of computational resources.
Fielding emphasized that the primary challenge lies in ensuring the proper execution of computational tasks on devices. Gensyn AI has successfully tackled this issue, offering a groundbreaking solution specifically tailored for machine learning training.
“The key to Gensyn’s success lies in our ability to verify the accurate execution of machine learning training tasks,” Fielding revealed, highlighting their unique approach.