Analyzing the chaotic markets

In the Capital Market, and in much of the Financial Market, most indicators that somehow analyze entropy seek to do this focused on volatility. I do not think this approach is wrong at all, since volatility can really help to identify chaotic markets, but the problem is that we need a lot of more information […]

People and robots facing innovation

Perhaps the greatest paradigm in the area of business innovation is the maxim that it is the process of turning a creative idea into a product or service that creates value. It is clear that creativity and innovation are, by definition, different things. But this difference can not become a paradigm that makes us short-sighted […]

AI will further the automation of flights and flight operations

“I suspect AI (by which I mean machine sensing and learning) will impact aviation in many ways from passenger experience to flight operations. Personally, I would like to see improvements in the experience of airport security. When it comes to flight safety, we are, for the most part, willing to give up quite a bit […]

Finite brains, infinite minds, and the great mistake of the Technological Singularity theory (Part 1)

The Technological Singularity theory is essentially based on the fact that we are going beyond Moore’s Law, creating artificial brains increasingly powerful, including in the number of neurons, superior to the human. However, as encouraging as this law is, to create such theories, physical resources are limited, just like our brain. And what if we […]

PoI (Proof of Intelligence): a new concept to validate cryptocurrencies transactions using Artificial Intelligence (Part 1)

What is the best concept to validate cryptocurrencies transactions? Proof-of-Work (PoW), Proof-of-Stake (PoS), Proof-of-Capacity (PoC), or any other? Before starting a polemic of which is the best of them, as several you will find on Internet, I would like to present a different idea, which is using an artificial intelligence system (AI), or, preferably of […]

THINK>B, a new Cognitive Architecture based on a collective intelligence and multiple propagations and dimensions mind model (Part 2)

This is a continuation (Part 2) of the THINK>B concept and Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) presentation and the Cognitive Architecture based on a collective intelligence and multiple propagations and dimensions mind model [1]. As stated before THINK>B is based on six dimensions, listed below, that can be trained by a new ANN (Artificial Neural Networks) […]