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Kyield OS

The Kyield operating system provides optimal network management at the confluence of human and machine intelligence. The patented artificial intelligence system core is fully adaptive and tailored to the unique profiles of each entity with a simple to use interface. By applying advanced algorithmics, the Kyield OS can filter data at scale far beyond the ability of humans alone, enhance data integrity, improve productivity and provide rapid continuous learning for each individual, team, business unit and organization.


IASA Global August eSummit on Machine Intelligence

Distributed AI Systems for Optimizing Human and Machine Intelligence 

by Mark Montgomery 

This talk is based on two decades of R&D in AI systems, including several years in exploring use cases with management teams in global companies.


Fear of Artificial Intelligence vs. the Ethics and Art of Creative Destruction

(Mark Montgomery at Wired)

The topic of AI recently came up at Santa Fe Institute (SFI) during a seminar by Hamid Benbrahim surrounding research in financial markets. Several senior scientists chimed in during Hamid’s talk representing computer science (CS), physics (2), neuroscience, biology, and philosophy, as well as several practioners with relevant experience.....→


Plausible Scenarios For AI in Preventing Catastrophes

Given consistent empirical evidence demonstrating that the raising of red flags has resulted in a lower probability of essential actors heeding warnings than causing of unintended consequences, those endowed with a public platform carry a special responsibility, as do system architects.....→


Why go to the Moon when what your company really needs is in the Rockies?

This post is in response to an excellent article Tom Davenport wrote for the WSJ (now on LinkedIn) ‘Lessons from the Cognitive Front Lines: Early Adopters of IBM’s Watson’......→


Applied artificial intelligence: Mythological to neuroanatomical

In addition to neuromorphic chips, researchers are increasingly focused on the use of organic materials, which is part of a broader trend towards convergence of hardware, software, and wetware described by IARPA as cortical computing, aka neuroanatomical. The ability to manipulate mass at the atomic level in computational physics is now on the horizon,....→