Fredrick Brooks writes “If indeed our objective is to build computer systems that solve very challenging problems, my thesis is that IA > AI, that is, that intelligence amplifying systems can, at any given level of available systems technology, beat AI systems. That is, a machine and a mind can beat a mind-imitating machine working by itself.”
This talk will present the IA technology we have developed for solving complex software problems. The technology is inspired by Euler, the 18th-century Swiss mathematician who started a new branch of mathematics to solve complex problems about relationships that connect different types of artifacts. We will illustrate applications of the IA technology with real-world examples spanning from extracting software architecture to malware detection and safety verification.
Venue: Google Headquarters, Mountain View, California, USA, August 2019
Author: Suresh Kothari