Simigence is innovating the future of Simulated Intelligence (SI) by designing Neuroanatomically Based System (NABS) software architectures that mimic the human brain. NABS architectures are the only guaranteed approach to cognition in computers.
Computers endowed with SI will “see” as humans see and “hear” as humans hear. Simulated intelligence will transform vision and speech recognition to vision and speech understanding. However, seeing and listening are only two ways to measure the physical world. An advantage of NABS over humans will be the capability to understand sensory information which is foreign to humans such as EEG, MRI, X-ray, radar, and computer network traffic.
NABS represent an entirely new class of information processing that is rigorously based on the neuroanatomical architecture of the human brain. A distinguishing feature of NABS is that the function of any element in a NABS architecture can be traced to neuroanatomical circuitry in the human brain.
Key Tenets of the NABS approach:
- System architecture must be based on primate cognitive anatomical circuitry
- Information processing modules must be explanatory of human cognition
- Information processing capabilities demonstrate human performance characteristics
The Simigence team has the rare combination of neuroanatomy knowledge and engineering capabilities to deliver functional NABS systems performing simulated intelligence.