FEDML Integration Approved on Render Network, Driving AI Community Engagement
The Render Network (RNDR) community has given the green light to the integration of FEDML on their platform, according to a recent vote. The RNP-007 proposal received overwhelming support with 94.46% of delegates voting in favor of the scheme.
Render Network, which recently migrated from Ethereum to Solana, has requested the integration of FEDML as its compute client. FEDML is involved in generative AI and Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) development, aligning closely with the fundamentals of the Render project.
The integration of FEDML would bridge the gap between the AI community and Render’s powerful distributed GPU resources. This would streamline workflows, reduce development time, and accelerate AI projects. To facilitate the implementation process, 50,000 RNDR tokens will be allocated to the independent developer group responsible for the project.
Although the price of RNDR has dropped by 5.32% in the last 24 hours, the network growth, which tracks the number of new addresses on the network, decreased. However, there is hope that the AI community will flock to the Render network once the FEDML integration becomes live, potentially reversing the network growth condition for the better.
Render acknowledges that it may encounter challenges during the process, including fiat reconciliation, regulatory compliance, and scaling the Render GPU. These obstacles need to be addressed for a successful integration and smooth functioning of the platform.
Overall, the approval of the FEDML integration on the Render Network highlights the platform’s commitment to driving AI community engagement. With the collaboration, AI developers will have seamless access to Render’s powerful GPU resources, fueling innovation and advancement in the field.
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