New York, NY and Stratford, CT – WEBWIRE – Wednesday, April 11, 2018
The award cited the Intelligent Artifacts platform for its “unique approach to the AGI framework that combines aspects from both quantum information science and neuroscience.”
Intelligent Artifacts has won the prestigious Innovation Challenge for its Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) platform.
The award cited the Intelligent Artifacts platform for its “unique approach to the AGI framework that combines aspects from both quantum information science and neuroscience — ” the company will receive $25,000 and will work closely with Sikorsky and the Lockheed Martin product family in the future.
Artificial General Intelligence is an emerging field aiming at the building general-purpose systems with intelligence comparable to that of the human mind (and perhaps ultimately well beyond human general intelligence).
Says Intelligent Artifacts founder Sevak Avakians: “This award demonstrates the leadership that Intelligent Artifacts now has in the field of Artificial General Intelligence. It is an important technical criteria to apply solutions to real-world problems while building to human-level machine intelligence. The award, along with the funding and research potential it brings, will help us towards this ultimate goal. ”
The Intelligent Artifacts platform provides elite performance by enabling the right decision from the right data delivered in the right way, at the right time, without human knowledge-engineering. Working from the data directly, the agents learn and change behavior. Intelligent Artifacts’s platform creates a specific custom agent that adapts to its world in real-time, and that uses a coherent learning and action framework to produce complex behavior. The agents can evolve with their environment, and using genetic manipulations can create new generations of increasingly advanced agents.
About Intelligent Artifacts
Intelligent Artifacts Inc, based in New York City, specializes in the development of an Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) framework with the goal of solving data-centric problems in any environment. Intelligent Artifacts was founded in 2017 by Sevak Avakians, a cognitive physicist who has developed the next-generation cognitive computing approach to machine intelligence. Intelligent Artifacts has already taken a leading role in the development of Artificial General Intelligence, considered to be the next step in machine intelligence.