AI Model Oracles

Oracles: The Omniscient Data Alchemists of NOYA

Conventional Constraints

Standard oracles in the DeFi landscape are not only limited in scope but also lack the capacity to manage the vast and simultaneous data inputs required by sophisticated AI agents. This limitation really shows in their struggle to handle complex, large-scale, and multidimensional data demands essential for real-time and informed AI-driven decision-making.

NOYA's Approach

Recognizing the intricate data needs of AI, NOYA has developed bespoke oracles capable of handling extensive, diverse, and concurrent data inputs across multiple blockchains. These oracles are architected not just as conduits of data but as robust, scalable, and secure data infrastructures. They are designed to aggregate, process, and deliver high-volume, multidimensional data in real time, feeding AI models with the necessary depth and breadth of information. This ensures precision and comprehensiveness in AI's analytical outputs, crucial for making informed and effective decisions in the fast-paced DeFi market. With their inherent omnichain capability, NOYA's oracles ensure a consistent, reliable, and multifaceted data stream, pivotal for the seamless operation of AI across diverse blockchain landscapes.

How does it work?

In the NOYA ecosystem, oracles play a vital role in ensuring the accuracy and traceability of data, crucial for Agents' DeFi operations. These oracles regularly send secure data—specifically, the hashes of the data—to (IPFS). This system provides a way to store and access data that's decentralized and tamper-proof.

After the data is sent to IPFS, there's a waiting period of about 10 minutes. This time allows anyone in the network to check the data's accuracy and, if they find any issues, to submit a fraud proof. This step is essential for maintaining the trustworthiness of the data.

During this period, entities known as "watchers" are on the lookout. They are automated systems, and their job is to review and confirm the data updates from the oracles. If they spot any errors or signs of fraud, they have the power to stop the data update, ensuring the system stays accurate and reliable.

At the same time, strategy managers and AI architects in NOYA are required to use these verified data inputs in their models and strategies. This ensures that all decisions across the platform are based on reliable and consistent data. To further ensure transparency and accountability, these agents must also show how they used the data in their models by publishing proofs of their model outputs. This makes the whole process—from receiving the data to making decisions based on it—clear, verifiable, and trustless.

By combining the secure storage capabilities of IPFS with the vigilant oversight of the network's participants and the strategic use of AI, NOYA's approach to managing data sets a high standard for security, reliability, and transparency in the DeFi space.

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