Aitheon Coin Pre-sale to Bring Back Jobs Lost Due to Automation

By Abhibroto Roy

AITHEON, an Artificial Intelligence market leader, announced its first worldwide token presale earlier this week at the North American Blockchain Conference in Miami.

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The announcement was made by Aitheon’s Founder and CEO, Andrew Archer. Archer, who has been described as a Creator of Disruptive Technologies through Innovative Means on TED Talks, was the first speaker at the conference.

Aitheon aims at building a digital ecosystem with a mission to simplify lives through Artificial Intelligence and human-robotics symbiosis. The Ethereum based platform uses integratable robot cameras and virtual robots, known as digibots to automate business processes. Backed by prominent AI experts, Aitheon engages users and product testers through multiple innovative platforms that are all part of the new ecosystem. The work of these specialists is anonymous and is pooled and ranked through consensus algorithms creating 99.99% accuracy.

Freelancers will be able to control operations remotely as “pilots” on the Aitheon platform. Freelancers can also affiliate themselves as AI specialists who step in and solve problems that the AI is unable to resolve.

The workers will be paid with Aitheon’s Ethereum-based utility token (AIC). Individuals can mine AIC when they perform tasks on the Aitheon platform. A presale for the AIC Token started on January 18 and is scheduled to end on January 31. A token generation event and public rollout of the Aitheon platform are planned for March.

The idea behind the platform is to enable remote workers to generate additional income by directing robots to perform tasks too complex for AI. Humans will work alongside AI-based intelligent digital agents known as “Digibots”. The Digibots are digital representations of robots that can perform a wide variety of tasks. A Digibot could be an accounting robot or a payment gateway that takes care of accounting tasks through the platform. Digibots will make AI and robotic technology, which has been restricted until recently to large corporations, accessible to small business.

“We believe that people create businesses to share their passions with the world.  To run today’s business model, individuals are so laden with back-end processes that they cannot fully participate in these talents that they set out to share.  Back-end business management is time consuming, complicated and requires multiple systems.  Aitheon will change that,” said Archer.

Aitheon intends to change backend operations for small business using Digibots and Mechbots. The Mechbots are traditional mechanical robots designed to work with the Digibots and human pilots on the Aitheon blockchain. Using Aitheon, individuals would be able to change their lives by learning to use robots to develop new skills and businesses. This can replace the jobs lost to automation.

Aitheon also demonstrated their mechbots – a self-driving Jeep Rubicon SUV and a beer-pouring robotic arm at the conference. With projects in automated retail stores, automated parking systems, automated receptionists, automated payment systems, material handling, and logistics, the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy has rightly stated that “with more entrepreneurs like Andrew we could see a bottom-up renaissance of American manufacturing.”

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