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About NuNet

At the heart of NuNet’s mission lies the groundbreaking goal of Powering AI/AGI, a venture that sets us apart in the realm of decentralized computing. Utilizing our unique DePIN infrastructure and AI technologies, we're not just participating in the industry—we're leading it. 

Our approach is reshaping the landscape of global computing access, embodying our vision of a world where advanced computing resources are universally accessible. Discover how NuNet is transforming decentralized computing, marking a pivotal step towards achieving unparalleled computational empowerment and fostering innovation across the globe.

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Dr. Kabir Veitas NuNet

Dr. Kabir Veitas holds a PhD in Interdisciplinary Studies (2019), masters degrees in AI (2009), international business management (2007) and a degree in business administration (1997). He has a multi-year experience in strategic business consulting, multi-stakeholder negotiations and project management, socio-economic cost-benefit analysis, policy design as well as held executive positions in the past. His later career focuses on decentralized computing system’s research and development, social integration of AI, IoT and distributed ledger technologies, artificial general intelligence research and technology policy design, based on long standing interest and research of philosophy of mind, cognitive science, complex systems and future studies of human socio-technological systems.

Dr. Ben Goertzel is the CEO of the decentralized AI network SingularityNET, and the Chief Scientist of Hanson Robotics, chairman of AGI Society, OpenCog Foundation, Decentralized AI Alliance and futurist nonprofit Humanity+. He is one of the world’s foremost experts in Artificial General Intelligence aimed at creating thinking machines with general cognitive capability at the human level and beyond. Dr. Goertzel has decades of expertise applying AI to practical problems in areas ranging from natural language processing and data mining to robotics, video gaming, national security and bioinformatics. He has published 20 scientific books and 140+ scientific research papers, and is the main architect and designer of the OpenCog system and associated design for human-level general intelligence. Dr. Goertzel is the founding member of the Global Brain Group, established in 1996 for researching collective intelligence arising from the interconnection of humans, computers and AI systems.

Dr. David Weinbaum (Weaver) holds a PhD in Philosophy and Sciences from Vrije Universiteit Brussel (2018) and M.Sc. in Electronic Engineering from Tel Aviv University (1989) with experience in computer engineering, parallel algorithms, symbolic computing, software and hardware design, and R&D management. His work and research aim at developing models of self-organized distributed cognition, distributed thought processes and distributed social governance towards the emergence of a Global Brain. His major research interests are: cognitive science, artificial general intelligence, complex systems, consciousness, cybernetics, evolution theory, foundations of thought, philosophy of mind, Deleuzian theory of difference, futures studies and the singularity, posthumanism and the transformative potential of human consciousness.

Core Team


Team Structure

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Partner With NuNet

NuNet is shaping the future growth of the platform and marketplace ecosystem by engaging in deep relations with ecosystem partners, platform partners, and use-case integration partners.

Together with the community developer program, the network of partners and individual developers is becoming the basis for achieving unprecedented depth and breadth of engineering solutions and market integrations of NuNet.

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