One of IEI's main themes is that it is single-handedly building the required artificial intelligence technology to emulate and perhaps exceed the capabilities of the human brain. Thus all of the key …
One of IEI's main themes is that it is single-handedly building the required artificial intelligence technology to emulate and perhaps exceed the capabilities of the human brain. Thus all of the key cortical functions recognized by brain scientists, perception, learning, and internal imagery (a.k.a., imagination) have been developed at the IEI laboratory purely using artificial neural networks to emulate the biological neural networks of the human brain. Although the World Brain is not yet a reality, it is a long range goal of IEI to create a free-thinking entity, distributed across the Internet, that introspects upon human-originated content and then creates its own seminal thought and discoveries. For those of you who have read and understood IEI's web pages, you will likely realize that there is no other form of artificial intelligence capable of self-learning and creativity that can compare with IEI's patented technologies. Therefore, it is our ambition to perfect the network (i.e., WAN) mechanics for distributing its neural systems across the largest computational platform currently available, the Internet, and allowing them to knit themselves into a coherent brain using IEI's Supernet principles. If you are an investor, government, or corporation interested in supporting this effort, please contact Dr. Stephen Thaler at Imagination Engines, Incorporated.