- Crypto / Web3
- Creator Economy
It is very difficult to obtain access to niche and/or consistent datasets over time. This is present in the real estate industry, where data is primarily controlled by one party, the government, with difficult means of access. On the internet, there is also currently a lack of ownership over consumers’ own data. There does not exist a fair and secure way to sell one’s own data while keeping track of data and privacy with AI.
In industries like real estate, access to niche and consistent datasets over time is a challenging endeavor. Often, the data is monopolized by singular entities, such as the government, making access not only limited but arduous. The digital landscape presents a similar challenge, where consumers find themselves devoid of genuine ownership of their data. DataSea aims to reshape this narrative by providing a platform for encrypted dataset streaming and AI model sharing, ensuring both transparency and security.
Sena Gul Hazir: 3rd year Computer Science student at UC Berkeley. I have completed multiple grants projects with different protocols (Avalanche, Aleo, Osmosis). Currently leading the consulting department at Blockchain at Berkeley and previously led the grants program. Worked at a Singapore based venture capital specializing in crypto as a technical analyst.
Tommy Hang: 3rd year Computer Science student at UC Berkeley. I've worked with several protocols including Solana, Arbitrum, and Campaign Layers. I also REALLY love startups and have been in the ecosystem through my time in college; managing portfolios at SkyDeck, creating my own startups, and also building at Blockchain at Berkeley with Sena! :)