A leading independent artificial intelligence (AI) research platform, AI Forum, has been acquired by Euler Digital for 100 percent of its equity. The partnership brings together research and blockchain in an important milestone for the AI technology sector.

AI Forum founder, Mr. Peyman Mestchian, said, “I am delighted that AI Forum has gone to an AI blockchain firm. You do not need to be an expert in either field to grasp the significance of these two domains coming together in an integrated platform. AI Forum’s customers will benefit from the addition of blockchain AI knowledge, which will inevitably drive new insights and discoveries. It has been a terrific experience and I want to thank all our customers and advisory board members for their support.”

AI Forum is an independent company that researches artificial intelligence at a fast rate of growth. A Forum publishes mission-critical research for senior executives and professionals within a wide range of verticals, including healthcare, finance, and manufacturing. Companies of all sizes are investing in cutting-edge AI research, as they prepare for the fourth industrial revolution, described by the World Economic Forum as “a technological revolution that will fundamentally alter the way we live, work, and relate to one another”.

Euler Digital’s Ian Gilmour, said, “As soon as we got a sniff of this deal, we knew we had to add this world-class platform to our growing portfolio. On behalf of the staff and Directors of Euler Digital, we want to thank Peyman for entrusting us with his “baby”. Whilst Peyman is irreplaceable, we are going to build on his legacy and continue to deliver cutting-edge research. Adding our blockchain skills offers new opportunities in fields such as EdgeAI and we are pleased to announce the first new AI Forum partnership with Cudos, a leader in the field of decentralized cloud”.

A subscription model will provide access to cutting-edge research, discounted rates for the AI Forum Marketplace, and assistance in listing NFTs and other tokenized products on the EDB mainnet.