Human-machine partnerships: Augmented Intelligence

A new perspective on AI At the recent O’Reilly AI Conference, there were two keynote presentations that discuss human-machine partnerships as the foundation for better AI: ‘Machines as thought partners‘ by Dr David Ferrucci (Elemental Cognition) ‘Building machines that learn and think like people‘ by Josh Tenenbaum (MIT) In a nutshell, they basically agree on…

Different perspectives on SUIRON

In the coming period a series of blog posts will be published here, that will introduce the fundamental idea’s and concepts behind the development of SUIRON. This goal is to provide insights and context about the hopes, goals and design principles behind SUIRON, while work is progressing towards the initial release of SUIRON Cortex; the…

SUIRON: A little background on the name

You might be wondering where the name SUIRON comes from and how it is pronounced.¬†You came to the right blog post for that… SUIRON is the Japanese word for ‘Deduction’ or ‘Inference’. It is pronounced as: sweeron. The kanji on the left are how you’d write SUIRON in Japanese. This name nicely captures the core…