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TheNeurosphere has created its first service for an AI platform

TheNeurosphere development team has created the first service for the new SYPWAI AI platform and is completing its testing internally.

TheNeurosphere management announced on its official website its intention to create the SYPWAI AI platform back in January 2016. From that moment on, the company began a campaign to attract investors to implement its ambitious project.

Any user can work with artificial intelligence

SYPWAI will allow you to identify the platform user: after the registration process and a one-time upload of all the necessary documents and personal data to the system, everyone will have the opportunity to take part in the development of revolutionary artificial intelligence, train neural networks and instantly transfer them to partner services, as well as use their services both within SYPWAI and on the main service websites.

The new platform was designed to develop the full life cycle of AI, from the beginning to the end. Thanks to it, a revolution in the AI sphere should occur, which will make work with it generally available, just as universal computerization once made a revolution in the field of personal computers.

“There will be a whole new economy filled with goods and services, driven by artificial intelligence,” – one of TheNeurosphere employees describes the new platform. In the SYPWAI ecosystem, the user will have access to everything – from content to various services and goods.

SYPWAI platform may be launched by the end of 2020

TheNeurosphere development team plans to complete the testing process for the new product as soon as possible. By the end of December 2020, the SYPWAI platform should enter the market. It is planned that by the time the new service is launched, it will be possible to use the services of several IT companies cooperating with TheNeurosphere on a partnership basis. The company has not yet disclosed which of the potential partners it is currently negotiating with. The LifeASAPA international scientific organization has already gained access to the technology. The company is considering a joint launch with TheNeurosphere.