New Human AI Technology to Power Holographic Employees and be Licensed as a Speech Interface for Home, Devices and Automobiles
ORBAI, a leading developer of artificial intelligence (AI) technology, will preview their new Human AI at Singularity University Global Summit 2019, taking place August 19-21, 2019 in San Francisco. The new Human AI technology has advanced spiking neural networks* that power speech, vision and animation. At the booth, “James,” the holographic bartender will come alive and appear more human when people interact with him. For example, attendees will be able to ask James for advice and order a mixed drink. James will be serving eight different cocktails using a Barbotics drink mixer.
“There are many advantages for organizations wanting to engage with their customers using Human AI technology”
As well as deploying their Human AI in ORBAI’s Holographic Employees, the technology will be licensed as a speech interface for home, devices and automobiles. The technology can also be used to customize a personality or follow an individual throughout their entire day while at the same time learning how to relate to that person and grow more intelligent every day.
“There are many advantages for organizations wanting to engage with their customers using Human AI technology,” said Brent Oster, president and CEO at ORBAI. “Unlike humans, AI employees can instantly access enormous product and service databases and respond to voice queries using voice information. They can work 24/7/365, don’t tire of answering the same repetitive questions, and they can be trained to mimic the characteristics of the company’s best employees, and then can be replicated to many branch locations.”
The Human AI technology at the foundation of these Holographic Employees uses spiking neural networks, which functions more like our brain does and learns like it. They are more challenging to author and train than today’s deep neural networks so ORBAI is developing the NeuroCAD tool-chain, using the company’s patented process for designing, training and evolving spiking neural networks to specific functions such as vision, speech and motor control.