Here is Fetch.AI’s community newsletter covering the period from the 29 April — 3 May. Stay up to date by following us on Twitter.
6–7 May, Paris. Tokenomics 2019 Conference. Marcin Abram and Daniel Honerkamp will be presenting a paper co-authored by members of the Fetch.AI research team, titled “Democratising blockchain: A minimal agency consensus model”.
13–15 May, New York. Consensus 2019. CTO Toby Simpson will be part of a panel discussing Exchange Growth Tactics.
13–17 May, Montreal. AAMAS (International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems). Ali Hosseini and Marco Favorito from the Fetch.AI research team will be presenting their demo titled “Peer-to-Peer Negotiation for Optimising Journeys of Electric Vehicles on a Tour of Europe”
13–15 May, Berlin. Participants will demonstrate their solutions live on the Jaguar I-PACE at the BCX Mobility Hackathon
15–16 May, Berlin. Keynote address and announcement of Challenge winners at a press event at Bosch Connected World head of business development Maria Minaricova and head of software Troels F. Rønnow will be available to answer questions about Fetch.AI’s intelligent blockchain and agents enabling autonomy in the machine-to-machine ecosystem.
This week we released the Fetch.AI public test network. Now everyone can access, use, experiment and develop on the network. This milestone included:
The release of our decentralised search for agents