Future AI reveals Sallie, software that thinks, learns and evolves like a person

Future AI reveals Sallie, software that thinks, learns and evolves like a person

Priority beta testing of its artificial general intelligence technology now open

WASHINGTON, July 7, 2022BUSINESS WIREFuture AIan artificial general intelligence (AGI) company developing “Technologies that Think” launched today sallieare prototype software and artificial entity that learns in real time with sight, hearing, speaking and mobility, giving it the ability to draw conclusions, a crucial facet of real thinking and a necessary part to usher in AGI, the most exciting project on the planet.

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Sallie’s sensory pods cover mobility, speech, hearing and vision and are available in a variety of colors. (Photo: Business Wire)

“The first part of being able to understand as a person is learning about the immediate environment. Sallie can recognize objects with vision, build an internal model, ask questions and lead without any initial information,” explains Charles Simon, founder and CEO. . Future AI. “Our work spawns novel algorithms that simulate biological neuron circuits using high-level artificial intelligence techniques. Sallie can infer information about objects she doesn’t understand — demonstrating real-world learning all at once without tagged data sets or backpropagation.”

The software of future AI itself makes connections between different kinds of sensory input from the real world, in the same way the human brain interprets everything it knows in the context of everything else it knows. Sallie mimics the processes of human thought, starting with perception. Consisting of a centralized computer mind, Sallie uses mobile sensory pods with multiple senses and abilities that allow the system to learn from a real-world environment and gain a fundamental understanding of physical objects, cause and effect, and the passage of time.

“With the latest advances in symbolic AI and neuromorphic computing, adding real-world understanding to AI and achieving human-like intelligence is gradually moving into the realm of possibility,” says Ritu Jyotic, group vice president of AI and Automation market research and advisory services, IDC. “This decade will play a critical role in accelerating the development of AGI.”

Future AI technologies that leverage and are bound by the limitations of machine learning will use unique graphical algorithms and structures that adapt themselves. Companies or individuals interested in evaluating Sallie can now sign up for priority beta testing in the fourth quarter of this year.

Recently, Future AI raised $2 million in initial funding to accelerate the development of its technology and algorithms, including the Universal Knowledge Store (UKS), which collects various types of information and creates connections between them, similar to the cognitive processes of human intelligence. . The UKS is modeled in neurons and has biological plausibility and the ability to learn and function unsupervised as children do.

Sallie’s technology and the knowledge she gains will be incorporated into existing AI applications, radically improving personal assistants such as Alexa and Siri, language translation, computer vision, automated customer service systems and many other human-interactive systems. Additional Sallie improvements already in development will give Sallie an even better understanding of the world around her.

For more information on Sallie and Future AI, visit: https://sallie.ai† To sign up for beta testing, go to: https://bit.ly/3aeMKWC

About future AI
Future AI is an award-winning early-stage cognitive technology company developing technologies that think with revolutionary AI algorithms that add real-world interaction for understanding to create artificial general intelligence. Winner of an IT World “Startup of the Year in AI” award, Future AI’s technologies are designed to understand like humans and serve as the foundation for various real-world applications of AI, from self-driving cars to fully automated customer service.

The company’s flagship “Brain Simulator II” system replicates the spiking of biological neurons and forms the basis of Sallie’s development to take current AI applications to the next level.

For more information visit https://futureai.guru

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