The Request for AI Portal allows users make request for AI services that they would like to see them built and deployed onto the SingularityNET Network.
Users can back requests with AGI tokens as a reward for having a service developed.
The AGI tokens are transferred to the developer who submits a valid solution for the request.
The RFAI portal fosters the community by enabling users to promote developers to publish services.
Making a request for an AI service
- Any AI service request must associate with corresponding AGI tokens.
- Furnish sufficient details for discussion and development and invoked in the form of a github pull requests to this repo. You can view the template for the request here
- Specify the expiry date for the request. Make a post dated date, so if no submission is made, you can withdraw your funds.
- A request created will need to be approved by the foundation before it shows up for everybody.
Backing an AI Service
- To request for an AI service, you need to associate with corresponding AGI tokens
- Transfer the tokens to the RFAI escrow from the “User profile Account’s” menu.
This is a two step process
- Approve the number of tokens to deposit
- Deposit the tokens
Note: You can request for an AI service or back any approved request
- The foundation reviews all request and approves them. In general look for:
- Clear problem description
- Resolved relevant problem can help the community
- criteria for Quantitative evaluation
- After approval, the approved requests are visible in the portal
- Submissions are evaluated by the SingularityNet foundation to ensure that the acceptance criteria as specified in the request is met and the problem is solved for.
- Include the github repo of your code during submission.
- Submitter must publish the service, using the same address used while submitting the solution.
The submission is evaluated as follows
- The specified acceptance criteria in the request must be met.
- Any performance metrics specified against provided test datasets should be met.
- Submission should be a service deployed on the SingularityNet platform.
Voting for a Solution
- Foundation can vote to shortlist the submissions
- Users backing the service request can vote for any submission (not just the shortlisted ones)
- Validation of the solution are performed offline.
Claiming tokens for a submission
- Can avail claims after the evaluation period and before the expiry date,
- Solution submitter can claim before the expiry of the request
- Claims are calculated based on the votes from backing users.
- In case there are no votes from any backing user, foundation votes are considered
- Backing users or foundation members, can avail claims based on the number of votes.
- AGI tokens (used to back a service request ) can be reclaimed by the backer, after the service request has expired
Closing a Request
- Foundation can authorize closure of a request after the request approved.
- Request owner can close the request before its approval from the foundation.
- AGI tokens can be claimed back by the backers.
- Request status will change to closed
Last modified on : 01-Jan-70