HIS NEW GENERAL ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE COMPANY
CEO Marek Rosa Personally Invested $10M USD into General AI Development
GoodAI’s artificial brain has one distinct advantage over most companies in the AI field. The GoodAI brain will be general and universal, meaning that the same brain can be implemented in every context and industry. While some AI companies are focusing on narrow AI applications, such as driverless cars or facial recognition software, GoodAI is making a general AI brain that can do any task put in front of it. The AI will drive smart cars, or take the form of a personal assistant, rescue robot, video game designer, or space explorer.
“I’m so glad to announce our AI project to the public,” said Marek Rosa, CEO and founder. “The potential here is immense. Doing nothing would be a much greater risk than taking a chance with such a project, and we’ve already seen results. The general AI brain could also be implemented into our games or even used as a game designer with infinite brainpower and creative capabilities. I can’t wait to see how our AI disrupts the gaming industry!”
GoodAI will release its first side product this month: Brain Simulator, the team’s collaborative platform where researchers can build and share AI brain modules that function as capacities of the human brain (e.g. visual, speech, or tactile capabilities). GoodAI will release the first artificial intelligence modules for this platform for free under and open source, non-commercial license to support collaborative efforts from the community.
More details about the GoodAI project can be found on Marek Rosa’s blog post: http://blog.marekrosa.org/2015/07/announcing-goodai-keen-software-house_7.html
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