Some recurring questions about Hulse.
Hulse makes self-hosting state-of-the-art open-source AI models simpler using your untapped computing resources. We are working hard to cover a broader range of state-of-the-art models and extend our features to the entire Machine Learning pipeline.
A Hulse cluster is a group of computers connected to Hulse, created and managed by you or your team. Individuals can download the Hulse desktop app and contribute to the cluster using their unused computing power.
Only other members of your clusters can use your computing power and no one else.
Once you create your cluster, you will get a cluster-ID. Share this cluster ID with your team, community, or friends for them to join your Hulse cluster.
To join a cluster, you need the cluster-ID available to all members of a cluster. Ask your team
for their cluster id or create a new one!
For now, Hulse provides its users with a single key, usable for all your clusters. Your requests may thus be dispatched across computers from all of your clusters.
Yes. The Hulse beta is configured such that your data transits through our servers to your team's computers before being processed. We are working hard to develop the peer to peer technology allowing you to keep your data 100% local to your organization.