Please register here to get Tyche pre-order notification. The purpose of AIBrain is to augment human intelligence with AI by unifying Problem Solving, Learning, and Memory. The power of our practical AI agent comes from two central components, which are a reasoning engine called AICoRE and a human-like memory called Memory Graph. AICoRE (Adaptive Interactive Cognitive Reasoning Engine) is a cognitive reasoning engine by unifying problem solving and learning. AICoRe fully automates the reasoning process from end to end.
Artificial intelligence is usually demonstrated by machines/devices that perceive their environment and undertake actions to maximize their chance of achieving their goals. Through A.I, machines tend to mimic the cognitive actions that are associated with humans. The recent capabilities of A.I. include; understanding human speech, interpreting data, being able to compete in the strategic game system, content delivery networks, and directing autonomous cars. All this has been accustomed to how everything is being digitalized. However, many specialists are championing against the over-development of artificial intelligence.
Artificial intelligence is being embraced by several industries including manufacturing, automation, finance, agriculture, education, healthcare, and other industry verticals. Big companies like IBM, Amazon Web Services, and Siemens are funding AI startups and are also merging and acquiring small AI companies. There's no doubt that the manufacturing sector is leading the way in the application of artificial intelligence technology. From significant cuts in unplanned downtime to better designed products, manufacturers are applying AI-powered analytics to data to improve efficiency, product quality and the safety of employees. Artificial intelligence is also changing the way we design products.
China is pursuing what its leaders call a "first-mover advantage" in artificial intelligence (AI), facilitated by a state-backed plan to achieve breakthroughs by modeling human cognition. While not unique to China, the research warrants concern since it raises the bar on AI safety, leverages ongoing U.S. research, and exposes U.S. deficiencies in tracking foreign technological threats. The article begins with a review of the statutory basis for China's AI-brain program, examines related scholarship, and analyzes the supporting science. China's advantages are discussed along with the implications of this brain-inspired research. Recommendations to address our concerns are offered in conclusion. All claims are based on primary Chinese data.1 Analysts familiar with China's technical development programs understand that in China things happen by plan, and that China is not reticent about announcing these plans. On July 8, 2017 China's State Council released its "New Generation AI Development Plan"2 to advance Chinese artificial intelligence in three stages, at the end of which, in 2030, China would lead the world in AI theory, technology, and applications.3
AI research platform has experienced a resurgence following concurrent advances in computer power, large amounts of data, and theoretical understanding. AI techniques have become an essential part of the technology industry, helping to solve many challenging problems in business. OpenAI is a non-profit Artificial Intelligence (AI) research company, associated with business magnate Elon Musk, that aims to carefully promote and develop friendly AI in such a way as to benefit, rather than harm, humanity as a whole. The organization aims to "freely collaborate" with other institutions and researchers by making its patents and research open to the public. The company is supported by over US$1 billion in commitments; however, only a tiny fraction of the $1 billion pledged is expected to be spent in the first few years.