Humans.ai Adds Voice AI to the Hedera Network
Humans.ai has partnered with Deca4 to bring wrapped artificial intelligence non-fungible tokens to the mainstream by launching them on the iHedera public distributed network.
The first AIverse project to integrate Hedera is Klon, the AI video generation too that enables users to create text-to-speech content with avatars. Here, NFTs on Hedera are used to unlock certain aspects or features of the AI. For example, to unlock a certain AI voice type, such as a female italian voice, the user must own its representative NFT.
"We are excited for Humans.ai to revolutionize the AI industry. Our AIverse will be launched as the first executable AI NFT ecosystem that is interoperable between the Humans Blockchain for AIs and the Hedera network," said Vali Malinoiu, head of blockchain at Humans.ai, in a statement. "To enjoy widespread adoption, it is essential for our AI NFTs to be interoperable and communicate with different blockchain protocols. We're excited to be wrapping our AI NFTs on Hedera to help better manage their usage while benefiting from the fast, energy-efficient, and secure decentralized network provided by Hedera."
"We are excited to partner with Humans.ai to leverage their technology that allows users to generate NFTs of voice, face, genome, and other useful features for monetization purposes. The AI NFTs on Hedera will be using smart contracts to govern, generate, and manage synthetic media produced by neural networks while taking advantage of the fast, energy-efficient, price-effective, and highly secure Hedera decentralized network," said Vignesh Raja, head of business for the Middle East and South Asia at the HBAR Foundation, helping grow the Hedera ecosystem, in a statement.
"We are delighted to bring Humans.ai and Hedera technologies together. This contributes to concrete business use cases for tokenization in the NFT space. These applications, such as tokenized AI, bring tremendous value to the blockchain community and the corporate world as well, where these functionalities and technologies are needed," said Jean-Paul Tarud-Kuborn, partner at Deca4 Advisory, in a statement.