The processing power required to train state-of-the-art machine learning algorithms is doubling approximately every 3.4 months
Morphware is a peer-to-peer network where data scientists can pay video game players to train their models with their spare computing power
People without dedicated graphics cards can earn Morphware Tokens, too; by running an application that reviews trained models
Morphware is an overlay network that rides on top of BitTorrent, to share files, and Ethereum, to compensate workers
This section highlights some of the of people working on this project, with a little blurb about each of their relevant work histories
Kenso Trabing has taught blockchain technology at Princeton and Yale. He previously worked as a senior data scientist for a venture studio.
The tokens are minted; the other smart contracts described in the whitepaper are being tested; and the desktop client is almost done
We're on track to demo. the core functionality well before the end of the year, so stay tuned; and if you're a programmer: find us on GitHub