I think, therefore I am?

World’s Top 50 Innovators 2019 – 23rd to 25th September 2019

Everyone thinks deep learning has revolutionised AI. Perhaps. AnotherBrain from Paris has a different approach. They have created a new kind of artificial intelligence, called Organic AI, which is very close to the functioning of the human brain and much more powerful than existing AI technologies. This new Organic AI is self-learning, does not require big data for training, is very frugal in energy use and therefore low cost. So what’s the magic?

AnotherBrain’s technology is replicating the brain’s behavior at a more macroscopic scale, where large neuronal populations have a dedicated function like the perception of motion or curvature, and is therefore generic to all sensory perceptions. This means it can treat vision as well as smell and sound just like the cortex.

Bruno Maisonnier, CEO, AnotherBrain, the genius behind Pepper and Nao humanoid robots, is taking on a bigger challenge – replicating the human brain. Listen to Bruno’s Codex Talk below on harnessing the enhanced power of Organic AI. How will this new powerful AI help us, and how will we retain control?

Hear all the Codex Talks from the Artificial Intelligence and Robotics session

Bruno Maisonnier, CEO, AnotherBrain
Will the next generation of AI fly us to the stars?

Anima Anandkumar, Director of Machine Learning Research, NVIDIA. Bren Prof, Caltech
The path to embodied intelligence

H. James Wilson, Managing Director IT and Business Research, Accenture Research
Human+Machine: Reimagining Work in the Age of AI    What new kinds of jobs will AI create?

Mark Pivac, CTO, Fastbrick Robotics
How do you take the precision of indoor robotics outdoors?

Dr. Barbara Mazzolai, Director, Micro-BioRobotics, IIT
Can robots grow and behave like plants?

Vishal Chatrath, CEO, Prowler
Does AI really need big data?

Codex – International Technology Leaders Network