|TLD type||Country code top-level domain|
|Registry||Offshore Information Services|
|Sponsor||Government of Anguilla|
|Intended use||Entities connected with Anguilla|
|Actual use||Some use in Anguilla. Also popular with companies working in the artificial intelligence (AI) industry.|
|Structure||Registrations possible at third level, beneath several second-level labels, are available to anybody; second-level registrations are now available to anybody as well (as of 26 June 2006).|
Second and third level registrationsEdit
Registrations within off.ai, com.ai, net.ai, and org.ai are available unrestrictedly, worldwide. From September 15, 2009, second level registrations within .ai are available to everyone worldwide.
Domains are $100 for each two-year period. As of December 2017, the ".ai" registry supports Extensible Provisioning Protocol. Many registrars now sell ".ai" domains. Since then, the .ai ccTLD has also been popular with artificial intelligence companies and organizations.
Records on the TLDEdit
- Purnell, Newley; Olson, Parmy (August 14, 2019). "AI Startup Boom Raises Questions of Exaggerated Tech Savvy". Archived from the original on 14 August 2019 – via www.wsj.com.
- "What's in a Name? Trends in Creating Robot and AI Company Names". Robotics Business Review. June 12, 2019.
- Tung, Liam. "Why one tiny island is still a domain name giant". ZDNet.
- Goldberg, Ian (23 Jan 2002). "I can't use my email address in Evolution". Evolution (Mailing list).