Presentation at ExperienceITNM tech conference: Metamorphic Transformation with Enterprise-wide Artificial Intelligence

This is my talk at the ExperienceITNM technology conference on September 13th, 2019. The title of the presentation is ‘Metamorphic Transformation with Enterprise-wide Artificial Intelligence’. I also unveiled my new patent-pending system titled ‘Synthetic Genius Machine and Knowledge Creation System”, which is I think the most direct path to AGI, or super intelligence, in the near term for pragmatic applications.

Thanks to the New Mexico Technology Council, staff at Sandia Resort & Casino,  and Robin Rupe at Volti Subito Productions (ABQ) for the video production.

Metamorphic Transformation with Enterprisewide Artificial Intelligence

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