Top 10 trends in AI systems by 2020

10. Automated warfare may begin in 2019. Modern automated warfare began with the Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense System, which has roots in the 1980s Reagan era. The potential now exists for high-scale automated offensive attacks, whether used by terrorist groups or state actors at massive scale. The risk of a billion drones attacking complete with primitive… Read More

The rapidly rising competitive bar driven by AI systems

When we first approached senior executives about the benefits of our work in AI systems more than a decade ago, we were limited by physical constraints to the small group of organizations who happen to own supercomputers that could perform extreme computing tasks.  Obstacles in physics and economics at the time still prevented us from… Read More

Op-ed in The Santa Fe New Mexican: The greatest risk from artificial intelligence

Among the most important lessons in human history is that those who adopt innovation in the most advantageous manner often triumph over competitors. This has never been truer than in the rapidly evolving artificial intelligence revolution underway, where we face great risk from a tripartite of totalitarian nations, corporate oligopolies and complacent democracies. Read More

Exponential productivity through optimization of knowledge yield with distributed artificial intelligence systems

AI systems create value by converting human knowledge to digital form that can then be converted to other forms of energy, including kinetic. At the atomic level knowledge created by human intelligence and augmented by machine learning can be viewed and expressed as an extension of relativity discovered by Einstein more than a century ago. Read More

How-to guide for preventing school massacres

Prevention of human-caused catastrophes has long been a top priority of our R&D. We have a desire and an obligation to provide insight into what can be done to prevent school shootings and other similar human-caused catastrophes.  I sincerely hope this modest attempt to help will assist in taking specific pragmatic actions to save lives. Read More

Vice Admiral Phil Wisecup (Ret.) USN Appointed to Kyield Board of Directors

It is truly an honor to share our recent announcement and welcome Vice Admiral Phil Wisecup USN (Ret.) to our board of directors. Phil joins Dr. Robert Neilson who is now special advisor to the board. As their bios only partially reflect, Phil and Rob are exceptional additions to Kyield’s leadership. Read More

A 20 year trek in AI systems

This is a personal story about our real-world experience, which contains little resemblance to most of what is written about entrepreneurism and technology commercialization. While our journey has been longer than most, scientific commercialization (aka deep tech) typically requires two decades or more from theory to market. Read More