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Why Web3

In the evolution of technology, the choice between Web3 and traditional Web2 infrastructures is pivotal. For Sensay, this decision hinges on two fundamental aspects:

1. Data Sovereignty and Copyright Concerns:

Large language processing models like ChatGPT, BART, Claude 2, and others rely on publicly available data, much of which is sourced from the internet. This includes a significant portion of copyrighted content and data obtained from third-party services like Twitter and other social media platforms. As of now, the regulatory frameworks governing such data usage are absent. However, the emergence of these frameworks is inevitable, leading to a substantial data market for AI agents' training and operation in the future.

2. Agent Training and Data Exchange in AI:

Currently, AI agent training is predominantly human-supervised. In the foreseeable future, this paradigm is expected to shift towards autonomous agent-led training. This transition necessitates extensive data for both training and operational purposes. Creating a marketplace where agents can exchange data in a decentralized, censorship-resistant manner becomes imperative. Blockchain's core principles – decentralization, permissionless access, native payments, and trustlessness – align perfectly with this vision. Unlike social media accounts on traditional web infrastructure, which are susceptible to censorship, blockchain-based solutions can ensure that digital agents and their data remain uncensored and accessible.

Key elements of decentralized AI:

Two fundamental components are crucial for the development of decentralized AI: the hardware ecosystem and the data ecosystem. The hardware ecosystem is essential for providing the physical infrastructure necessary for AI operations. This aspect is being addressed by initiatives such as Render (, which contribute to building a robust hardware foundation for decentralized AI. On the other hand, SenSay is at the forefront of pioneering the data ecosystem. SenSay's contribution lies in establishing a decentralized data ecosystem, which is pivotal for the storage, exchange, and processing of data in a way that is secure, scalable, permanent, and censorship-resistant.

Sensay aims to establish a decentralized data storage solution, alongside a data marketplace for digital agents. This marketplace is not only crucial for the free exchange of data but also for preserving the integrity and autonomy of digital agents.

Sensay’s Web3 Vision:

SenSay's ultimate goal is to create digital intelligent replicas – essentially, digital twins – that encapsulate the complete knowledge and experience of an individual. These replicas within the Web3 framework are designed to be permanent and immune to censorship. This enables a concept of true 'digital immortality', where an individual's digital persona can continue to exist and interact within the digital realm, long after their physical presence.

The concept of 'permissionless' in Sensay governs the indefinite accessibility of intellectual capital to any human or agent. Sensay facilitates the creation of authorized digital replicas, and access to these replicas is managed in a trustless manner. This is achieved through the use of Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs), which ensure the authenticity of each replica in a trustless system.

Additionally, with blockchain's embedded native payment systems, these digital replicas can generate continuous revenue streams. This opens avenues for digital capital creation and generational wealth transfer, where future generations can benefit from royalties derived from the intellectual capital of these agents. This aspect is particularly significant as it remains unaffected by prevailing government policies or societal narratives.

The creation of such an infrastructure is not a matter of possibility but inevitability. The question for Sensay, and indeed for the industry at large, is who will be the first to implement this system.