SingularityNet and Cardano

Some pool owners are part of the Alonzo testnet. Is anyone also working with developers to support Plutus for SingularityNet?

For last few years I have been working in the field of AI.
I have started a small pool with Raspi so that when the testnet opens for all pools, I can get some hands-on access. I studied the basics of Cardano network details and PoS algorithm. I studied Haskell and I am now studying Plutus (youtube videos of plutus pioneer) and trying to see how the AI agents can interact when smart contracts come up. I am not promoting my pool (as of now) because I am still in learning stage (along with my son) and I dont want people to be disappointed with 0 rewards.

If anyone is working in the area of AI + blockchain then please share your experience.

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So after this I put the above post, I started learning Plutus (watching Youtube videos from Lars) and then started investing time in Privacy preserving distributed machine learning. I run the pool on Raspi and I am part of the armada-alliance (An alliance of low power Arm based nodes). I use low power ARM for Node and GPUs for ML training.

Recently I started investing time in NuNet which is a distributed computing framework. This makes life of an AI researcher in need of compute power easier.
The cool part is that the mainnet of NuNet will be based on SingularityNet+Cardano.

So incase someone is interested I am documenting my journey of this effort of AI + blockchain. So if you are interested in SingularityNet+NuNet+Cardano and how this helps in distributed machine learning then please watch my blog (with a video)

Thanks.