Archive for June, 2010

IBM Watson will prove it is smart in “Jeopardy”

Wednesday, June 23rd, 2010

For the last three years, IBM has been working on perfecting Watson – a supercomputer they expect to be the world’s most advanced “question answering” machine, able to understand a question posed in everyday human elocution, or natural language and respond with a precise, factual answer.

Read the wonderful (albeit lengthy) article in New York Times or watch the IBM informercial below.

Walt Diggelmann, CEO of ai-one inc. to speak at SemTech 2010

Monday, June 21st, 2010

Walt Diggelmann will present partner projects CENDOO, Brainup and ASTIS™ at SemTech 2010, which takes place June 21-25 in San Francisco.

To view the entire press release please click here: PR_SemTech Presentation June 18 2010

Dr. Babak Nemati to Lead Development of Life Science Applications with ai-one™ Technology

Friday, June 18th, 2010
ai-one inc. has signed Dr. Babak Nemati and his firm Strategic Intelligence   as subject matter experts for life science applications.  Dr. Nemati’s firm will provide scientific and industry domain expertise for the development of applications in medical imaging, drug discovery research tools and genomic sequencing.
To view the entire press release please click here: PR_Nemati June 17 2010

ai-one inc. has signed Dr. Babak Nemati and his firm Strategic Intelligence   as subject matter experts for life science applications.  Dr. Nemati’s firm will provide scientific and industry domain expertise for the development of applications in medical imaging, drug discovery research tools and genomic sequencing.

To view the entire press release please click here: PR_Nemati June 17 2010

Computers to detect sarcasm

Thursday, June 17th, 2010

How is this: Computers can recognize sarcasm and later all the other emotions that we humans have. Researchers have now developed a computer algorithm capable of recognizing sarcasm in written text.

How easy is it for computers to “get” the meaning, when what is written is actually the opposite of what the writer intended? That is why this algorithm could be the Holy Grail in artificial intelligence – for a more “natural” communication between humans and computers.

As it is, the computer is about as good as a person with bad social skills would do.. (abcnews.go.com)

Steve Ardire and Steve Bastasini to join us

Thursday, June 17th, 2010

We announce the addition of Steve Ardire and Steve Bastasini to position the company as a key supplier of tools for the semantic web and intelligent computing applications.

To view the entire press release please click here: PR_Ardire and Bastasini June 16 2010

LittleDog learns new tricks with new brain

Tuesday, June 8th, 2010

The small four-legged robot LittleDog, from Boston Dynamics, has acquired new locomotion skills. The new controller lets LittleDog walk over very rocky terrain and haul itself up wide steps without setting a paw wrong.

We are changing our name

Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010

The launch of the new name and branding is timed to coincide with the SemTech 2010 and the public filing of our company with the SEC.