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AGI design Patent Pending

AGI design Patent Pending

29 Jan, 2021

On Jan 15, 2021, ORBAI filed a provisional patent on their design for Artificial General Intelligence, including bidirectional sensory systems, engram encoding and manipulation, and hierarchical fragmented memory that can store engrams in a non-local distributed manner and reconstruct them to recall the past, or predict the future. This new AI architecture has proprietary neural nets, tools, and processes that allow them to build advanced sensory processing and memory systems that mimic the human brain's ability to perceive, remember, predict, and plan. With this and the built in language capability, their Human AI Interface is able to be a powerful conversational voice assistant on platforms like mobile, smart homes and appliances, and in your vehicle, and also perform real information and customer-facing vocations online, like Medical, Finance, Legal, and others. As the Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) core advances, it becomes more powerful, with a broader data reach, and more advanced cognition, planning, prediction, vocational and communication skills.

Companies could use it to plan their corporate strategy by having it watch and learn their company’s internal operations, gather data about their whole ecosystem of customers, suppliers, partners, competitors, and the other market factors, then forecast different timelines and how they evolve into the future differently according to their decisions, allowing you to optimize their corporate decision-making and plan effective prescient timelines for product development, marketing/PR, sales, finance, legal,… into the future.

Ordinary people can use it to plan their lives, evaluating different decisions they could make, from career, to marriage, to finances, and to see the trajectory of events that would result, and the probable outcomes. They can access AGI professional services like Finance, Legal, Medical, Counselor, Fitness Advisor, and hundreds of others, and these services would be available globally, rivaling the best such services by humans.

An Artificial General Intelligence will quickly become the most powerful tool that humanity has ever had, making the revolutions spawned by electricity, computers, and the internet pale by comparison. Where we are now overwhelmed by a world's worth of information we could never humanly assimilate in our work lives and our personal lives, we will have something that can for go through it all for us, and give us exactly what we need, when we need it.