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Decentralized AI and Robotics Development Platform to Launch

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Kepler Technologies, a blockchain-based start-up in Georgia, has announced the development of its robotics and Artificial intelligence development platform. The platform is aimed to disrupt the $80 billion robotics industry by creating a unifying ecosystem for inventors and developers when they can access the required technical and financial resources for the development and distribution of their invention.

Envisioned as an all-encompassing and dynamic ecosystem for the community by the community, Kepler Technologies is leveraging blockchain technology to create an asset-backed platform that will drive innovation. The platform is designed to accelerate robotics and AI development through a global tech marketplace and collaborative network. Marketplace participants will be able to invest in AI and robotics development through a decentralized and transparent platform, while inventors will be able to securely access technical and financial resources for developing their projects.

Using analytics, data science, and predictive algorithms, Kepler Technologies will provide investors with investment opportunities via tokenized assets and unhindered access to liquidity.

The company hopes to build one of the largest robotics facilities in the world backed by the Georgia government reform policy. The policy will able the company acquire the landed property required for the development of its factory and lab facilities.

Kepler Technologies is also developing a blockchain Tech acceleration and incubation platform for talented inventors and developers worldwide. The platform will make it easier for creators to present their projects to the world and also will connect them with everything they need to make their ideas a reality. Creators will be able to team up with other talented individuals to polish, present, prototype, patent and market their ideas using the company’s global resources.

Every proposal present to Kepler Technologies will be recorded to the blockchain through its Proof-of-Creation network protocols. Kepler Technologies ecosystem will be powered by its ERC20 compatible KEP tokens. The tokens will be the currency for purchasing the company’s products at discount, voting for projects for the company to develop, and funding creator’s proposals.

Users on the platform will be able to fund the development of project proposals by voting in KEP tokens to the tune of the project’s required funding via smart contracts. Once the target has been met, the project team will be flown to Georgia and given access to resources to prototype and market the project. Dividends will be distributed to backers for every successful project completion.

Matthew Warner
Based near Windsor, England, Matthew Warner is an enthusiast for innovative, cutting edge technologies. He is a B.Eng. graduate in engineering with honors from the University of Warwick and also holds an PGCE in education degree. Matthew is a member of Mensa.