The blockchain world has already woken up to the fact that the privacy narrative will be a huge driver in the next bull run. And AI is a powerful use case for privacy.
AI systems need access to large amounts of data to learn, but this data must remain secure and private—especially sensitive user data.
Most blockchains are public by default, which means users can view all data on a public ledger. But blockchains like Secret Network have private smart contracts that encrypt and protect data by default.
This means developers could build any AI application on the blockchain without sacrificing data privacy and user protection.