Once machines start comprehending what they observe,
and use that knowledge proactively to help people achieve goals,
The AGI Company™
Artificial general intelligence (or AGI) is an artificial intelligence (AI) technology that can be used across any domain. For example, a narrow artificial intelligence application that plays chess may improve itself by learning. The more it plays chess, the better it becomes until one day it’s infallible – the perfect chess player that wins every match. But it will never play checkers, never drive an autonomous vehicle, never cure cancer. AGI technology, on the other hand, can also learn to play chess until it’s infallible, but it can also learn to play checkers, drive an autonomous vehicle and one day, we hope, cure cancer. It can also apply what it learns from one domain (e.g., chess) to any other domain (e.g., checkers) as needed.
By using physics as its approach to artificial intelligence instead of neuroscience, Kimera succeeded where 60 years of AI research failed. Introducing the first commercially deployable artificial general intelligence technology, code named Nigel. Nigel is the first AI technology not programmed for any specific functions. As an AGI technology, Nigel determines required functions through unsupervised learning by observing sensor data. Nigel will fuel an explosion in peer-to-peer transactions, and bring about a greater transformation in global business than even the internet.
Kimera engineered Nigel to create new revenue opportunities with greatly enhanced end-user value, while at the same time protecting privacy and security. Despite the complexity of AGI, Nigel is relatively easy to deploy and highly scalable.