In this week’s SEED newsletter:
How are developers compensated in the SEED app store for bots? We talk about this (and more) in this section of our explainer video.
Mark Stephen Meadows explores the staggering amount of speech and affective data that companies like Amazon and Google are gathering about us as we interact with their powerful AI systems via conversational UIs, and how this amounts to another facet of surveillance capitalism.
Do you build conversational interfaces? Interested in shaping the Seed Token Project and chatbots on the blockchain? Please join us at developers.seedtoken.io and learn how you can get involved. We’d love to have you.
Interactive simulations of real people are no longer the stuff of science fiction. Reason no. 238 why we need an open bot economy that puts humans first.
SEED Co-founder Mark Stephen Meadows in @SHPOnline “CUIs have many advantages over traditional, analogue communication as it can absorb, process, store and predict much faster and more efficiently than we, as humans, have traditionally.”
Sam Harrison tries out services that remunerate people for their data with mixed results.
Thanks for your interest in SEED. If you have any specific questions about the project you can find us on Telegram, at email@example.com, and you can always find us on the web at seedtoken.io, on Discord, on Twitter, on Reddit and on Medium.
SEED is an open, independent, and decentralized marketplace for developers, publishers and users of conversational user interfaces (CUIs) or “bots”, that democratizes AI. The SEED platform provides development tools, intellectual property, and a tokenized network for delivering front-ends to AI technologies.
SEED Co-founder Nathan Shedroff ruminates on the relationship between brands and consumers in an AI future.
SEED Co-founder Mark Stephen Meadows on building trusted artificial intelligence when internet oligopolies hoard user data and CUIs are on the rise
SEED Newsletter #20: Introducing SEED Trustee Danit Gal and more.
A conversation with SEED Trustee Danit Gal
SEED Newsletter #19: Job.com partnership and more.
SEED, Botanic and Job.com are partnering to improve recruitment.