Spatial Web AI Podcast – Special Guest: Gabriel Rene, CEO VERSES AI, discussing the future of AI, Active Inference AI, Intelligent Agents vs. Machine Learning, Spatial Domains, HSTP & HSML, and more!
Author: Denise Holt
VERSES KOSM™ OS Slashes Developer Barrier to Entry for Building AI Apps – Spatial Web and the Era of AI – Part 3
What if there was an opportunity to easily build an intelligent AI app, using a developer kit that would provide you with unlimited creative opportunities and use cases for the implementation, without the enormous cost of both time and money?
That’s exactly what VERSES Technologies has created.
From the Impossible to the Inevitable: AGI is Coming Faster Than You Think – Part 2, The Spatial Web and the Era of AI
The AGI Timeline is here (as in, right here in this article)— the holy grail of AI.
The Spatial Web and the Era of AI – Part 1
For the first time in history, the roadmap to AGI is here. Active Inference AI inside of KOSM™ has access to the entire Spatial Web with IoT sensors and cameras and all context markers attached to all objects within all space and time. This AI becomes an ecosystem of Intelligent Agents that are all interoperable over HSTP. This Collective Intelligence is trained on realtime data and evolves making decisions and updating its interior model based on what is happening NOW, not on historical datasets.
Why the Spatial Web Demands a New Protocol – Part 4 – IEEE
This is exactly where we are now with Web 3.0. The original internet protocols are too limiting for the network capabilities needed to move forward with Smart Technologies and Extended Reality interoperability requirements. HSTP (Hyperspace Transaction Protocol) enables a fully augmented experience, bridging Web 3.0 technologies, artificial intelligence, blended realities (digital and physical), and distributed ledger tech. HSTP is the Spatial Web Protocol. This is the new network protocol of Web 3.0.
Why the Spatial Web Demands a New Protocol – Part 3 – HSML
HSML - A Cipher for Context
The Spatial Web (Web 3.0) is a library of spaces that contain objects - people, places, and things. These objects do things and change over time. The context or circumstances that govern these shifts and changes is the most important factor to consider if we are to understand how the objects relate to each other, to people, and to their environments. The only way to create a truly technologically augmented existence, is to be able to consider and measure the contextual elements that affect the expression of shared information by and between all objects in any space. This is known as computable context, and this is what HSML (Hyperspace Modeling Language) was made for.
Why the Spatial Web Demands a New Protocol – Part 2 – HSTP
An inclusive interface is necessary to join these Smart Technologies, along with humans, machines, content, data, assets, locations, buildings, factories, workflows, imagination, and the context of real-time interaction across every one of them, embracing and including previous Web 2.0 technologies and cloud databases. THIS is the Web 3.0 of the future. THIS will become the Internet of Everything.
FTX Corruption – A Case for Self-Custody and Decentralization
This FTX scandal just made a glorious case for why self-custody and decentralization is necessary for anti-corruption – yes, even government corruption, and it’s a freedom we need to fight for and protect.
Why the Spatial Web Demands a New Protocol – Part 1
Web 3.0 moves beyond users interacting with websites. This requires thinking very differently about data connection within and between all objects, circumstances, and people.
WWW vs. The Spatial Web
The World Wide Web is a library of pages. The Spatial Web is a library of spaces.
Web 3.0 technologies require a new protocol that can link spaces and all objects within them. For a completely interoperable Web 3.0 experience, Metaverses and Digital Twins need to be networked, indexed, discoverable, and accessible by anyone or anything, anywhere, at any time.
Using HSTP, you can query over multiple dimensions — 4D, over time, over temperature, motion, pressure, light — any physical reality that can be defined in a computational way.
The “space” in Spatial is not only taking coordinates into account, but also states, like passing of time, change in ownership, even changes in emotional states like measurements of happiness or satisfaction — any combination of any condition of any dimension that can be defined, addressed and computed.