Dr. Nicolas Kokkalis, the founder of Pi Network, explored ways to showcase humanness within a rapidly leaning society towards artificial intelligence (AI). In his blog post, the tech expert emphasized the essentiality of real people for digital networks.
Despite their potential to increase user count, AI-centered algorithms can also raise certain issues. Spam bots and fraudulent accounts are massive issues that must be addressed. “Know Your Customer” (KYC) is one way to solve this dilemma by authenticating human identity. Nicolas discussed the native Pi Network KYC solution, which clearly outlines how it can help manage these concerns.
Communities, even (and especially) digital communities, need people. But how can you prove their humanity at scale? In the case of Pi Network, a massive global community powered by the world’s most distributed mobile-mined cryptocurrency, the secret has been balancing the intrigue of high-tech with the people. We found success through creating a native KYC solution,Dr. Nicolas Kokkalis, the founder of Pi Network
Pi Network’s native KYC solution
Pi Network’s native KYC solution unites human and scientific facts with machine automation and personal verification for accurate results. Automated processing of images involves text extraction, bogus ID recognition, plus image comparison. The network further guarantees honest outcomes by entrusting the task to certified pre-approved personnel to verify any false account creation attempts.
Pi KYC possesses a robust autonomous human validation workforce that covers 92.6% of the world’s population, servicing over two hundred countries and protecting its community from spam accounts and fraudulent Pioneers.
Pi Network has developed a decentralized KYC system to establish an AI-era crypto community that follows the law. This system ensures accuracy when verifying users globally while protecting their privacy.
Harnessing the best of both worlds, Pi KYC allows the Network to build a legally compliant crypto community that is optimized for accuracy, privacy, and global accessibility. And best of all — it’s truly human at its core.Dr. Nicolas Kokkalis, the founder of Pi Network