Unleashing the Power of AI for DAOs
Ceramic and Autonolas, a platform for autonomous services, work to unlock new AI-powered tooling for Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAOs). This collaboration strives to optimize governance, token distribution, execution, and feedback in the growing DAO ecosystem.
New AI Features for Developers
This collaboration will pave the way for numerous AI-driven functionalities, including:
- AI-powered governance: Speed up decision-making by storing DAO members' preference data on Ceramic and utilize Large Language Models in collaboration with Autonolas
- AI-powered token distribution: Allocate rewards to DAO participants based on impact, as assessed via AI models
- AI-powered execution: Introducing a plug-in model for autonomous actions on both Ceramic and blockchains
- AI-powered feedback: Automatically assess DAO effectiveness and generate proposals for improvements based on Ceramic data
Groundbreaking Products at the Ceramic-Autonolas Intersection
Several innovative products are already under development or in alpha stages:
An innovative project that enables communities to train AI-powered bots, earn ownership of them and sell them:
Governatooorr is an autonomous DAO governor. Delegate your tokens to it and tell it your preferences, and it will vote on proposals for you. The architecture depends heavily on user preferences, and the plan is to heavily use Ceramic for this going forward.
Autonolas Contribute was updated to use IEKit recently. Contribute uses automated behavior tracking on Web2 apps, and rewards contributors with points on Ceramic for an end-to-end decentralized contribution tracking system.
The Ceramic-Autonolas Journey
Oaksprout, an early user of the 3Box product and long-term Ceramic community member, built the first AI-stream explorer, tiles.mechanaut.xyz. Since then, Autonolas has integrated Ceramic into an increasing number of services, revealing Ceramic's vital role in Autonolas' autonomous services architecture, especially in the emerging AI-powered DAO tooling space.
Strengthening Core Technologies and Looking Ahead
The Autonolas stack is Python-based, so robust Python clients will be needed to interact with Ceramic. As part of an ongoing grant, Autonolas will release and expand its Python client to ensure seamless integration.
This collaboration aims to push the boundaries of crypto-native organizational building, continuously refining the features, products, and tools described above to meet the evolving demands of developers and users. The future is bright for those involved in the rapidly expanding DAO ecosystem.