The Graph as AI Infrastructure

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In a new white paper titled The Graph as AI Infrastructure, Semiotic Labs introduces two new AI services: Inference and Agent. This marks another monumental expansion of data services for The Graph ecosystem!

To bring AI capabilities to life, Agentc, a ChatGPT-like tool built on The Graph’s Uniswap data, has been released as a public demo! Available for a brief two-week window, this tool uses The Graph to facilitate natural language interactions with blockchain data. We encourage users to play around with Agentc to visualize the impact of The Graph as AI infrastructure, and share feedback with the team. Following this public demo period, Semiotic will open-source the codebase for Agentc, promoting further innovation by developers across the ecosystem.

By introducing two innovative AI services, The Graph is entering a new era of decentralized AI. These services leverage The Graph’s extensive historical data and robust decentralized infrastructure to deliver a reliable and censorship-resistant platform for deploying and running AI models. The services unleash new ways for dapps to integrate AI into their applications and a new chapter for bringing AI to web3 data.

  1. The Inference Service enables developers to host AI models using The Graph's already established, decentralized, and efficient marketplace of Indexers for compute. By serving AI models on The Graph, developers benefit from reliable infrastructure with proven protocol economics that support scalable AI model deployment and inference – thus enabling dapps to natively integrate AI, such as ChatGPT-like features, directly into their frontends.
  2. The Agent Service takes it a step further, empowering developers to build autonomous, AI-driven dapps capable of complex interactions within blockchain environments.

The official white paper details:

  • How The Graph’s Inference Service streamlines the deployment and hosting of AI models, so dapps can leverage AI in their product experiences.
  • The capabilities of The Graph’s Agent Service to create interactive, intelligent dapps.
  • The Graph’s ongoing research and development aimed at integrating verifiable AI and knowledge graph-enhanced large language models (KGLLMs).
  • The role of The Graph’s Indexers in supporting AI applications - now and into the future.

Read the complete white paper for a comprehensive view of how these new services will extend The Graph into a foundational infrastructure for AI-powered web3 dapps and applications.

About The Graph

The Graph is the source of data and information for the decentralized internet. As the original decentralized data marketplace that introduced and standardized subgraphs, The Graph has become web3’s method of indexing and accessing blockchain data. Since its launch in 2018, tens of thousands of developers have built subgraphs for dapps across 55+ blockchains - including  Ethereum, Arbitrum, Optimism, Base, Polygon, Celo, Fantom, Gnosis, and Avalanche.

As demand for data in web3 continues to grow, The Graph enters a New Era with a more expansive vision including new data services and query languages, ensuring the decentralized protocol can serve any use case - now and into the future.

Discover more about how The Graph is shaping the future of decentralized physical infrastructure networks (DePIN) and stay connected with the community. Follow The Graph on X, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, Reddit, and Medium. Join the community on The Graph’s Telegram, join technical discussions on The Graph’s Discord.

The Graph Foundation oversees The Graph Network. The Graph Foundation is overseen by the Technical Council. Edge & Node, StreamingFast, Semiotic Labs, The Guild, Messari, GraphOps, Pinax and Geo are eight of the many organizations within The Graph ecosystem.

Graph Protocol
Semiotic Labs
May 28, 2024

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