A new blockchain-based artificial intelligence chatbot, Girolamo, has entered its beta test phase, according to an announcement by Cardano, the platform behind the project.
The AI chatbot, named after the Italian mathematician and physician Girolamo Cardano, is designed to interact with users in a natural and conversational way, using the latest advances in natural language processing and machine learning.
Girolamo is powered by the ChatGPT model, which was developed by OpenAI, an artificial intelligence research institute and technology company.
The beta test phase of Girolamo is open to the public, and anyone can try it out by visiting the official website of Cardano.
Its development team also plans to make the AI chatbot’s code open-source in the coming months to foster community participation and collaboration.
The beta test will last for two months, and the final version of Girolamo is expected to be released in early 2024.
Girolamo is intended to be a useful and engaging tool for users and developers who want to learn more about Cardano and its ecosystem, as well as to provide customer service and support.
It will also be integrated with the Cardano wallet, allowing users to easily manage their ADA tokens and interact with the Cardano network.
Girolamo is one of the many initiatives that Cardano is pursuing to advance the field of blockchain-based artificial intelligence.
Cardano believes that artificial intelligence is the next frontier for the crypto industry and that blockchain can provide a secure, transparent, and fair platform for the development and deployment of AI applications.
Charles Hoskinson, the founder of Cardano and the CEO of IOG, the company behind the development of Cardano, expressed his excitement and optimism about the launch.
He stated that Girolamo is a groundbreaking innovation that showcases the potential of blockchain and artificial intelligence to create a better and more accessible digital world.
He also proclaimed Girolamo is a tribute to the legacy and vision of Girolamo Cardano, who was one of the pioneers of probability theory and cryptography.
Hoskinson added that he hopes the new addition will inspire more people to join the Cardano community and contribute to its growth and development.