Robots coupled with artificial intelligence hold the potential to reinvent industries. In recent years, there have been significant technological developments, which made the AI and robotics economy grow at a rapid pace. However, the AI and robotics industry faces a few challenges, such as waste and inefficiency due to the fact that research work is done in silos. Fueled by blockchain technology, Kambria is the first company to build an open innovation platform that enables and incentivizes collaborations in R&D and manufacturing, allowing innovators, entrepreneurs and corporations to solve challenges and at the same time, save time, effort and capital. Check out our interview with Kambria, the Silicon Valley-based team and find out how the company is set to drive the pace of robotics development.
Iulia: What is Kambria all about?
Kambria: Kambria is the first blockchain project with open innovation protocol that aims to build an open robotics and AI platform with real-world applications. We provide a collaborative ecosystem with tools that allow innovators to collaborate and build technologies that can be shared, modularized, manufactured, and applied to other innovations on the Kambria Platform. Our platform will reduce innovation bottlenecks caused by high-cost data and a lack of communication. Within the platform, developers work together on robotics and AI projects, in which they are rewarded with tokens based on contributions. Legal protection is offered, and smart contracts are used to govern the transactions.
Our Open Innovation Platform will allow innovators, entrepreneurs, and corporations to collaborate, solve challenges, and innovate new ideas with relative ease. Our goal is to allow innovators to save time, effort, and capital so they can focus on their truly innovative ideas. Innovators will build, modularize, license, and apply at every stage of development from concept, to physical design, programming logic, software, sourcing materials, and manufacturing.
Full interview: https://www.code-n.org/blog/kambria-building-an-open-robotics-and-ai-platform/