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What is an Intelligent Computer and What Do We Do?


Warren Jones, Lana Rubalsky (2010) "What is an Intelligent Computer and What Do We Do?", wJones Research, June 18, 2010

What is an Intelligent Computer?

Back in 1950, Alan Turing, the inventor of computer program logic, predicted that by the year 2000, people would build intelligent machines … computers able to think like people.

Before machines could be made intelligent, many inventions were required ...
  • general algorithms to store and process understanding,
  • technology to extend the outcomes of intelligent thought to physical devices and
  • methods to define purpose and goals for agent identities and to ensure safety, efficiency and cooperation in multi-agent systems.
Those inventions and more are the work of the wJones Company.

What we do

We call the science of our inventions Stored Purpose computing. We develop that science and advise companies and governments wanting to develop or prepare for Stored Purpose systems. Stored Purpose makes intelligent computing devices not only possible, but practical.

Why we do what we do …

We believe the rules and methods developed to align device activity with purpose and to balance multiple agents in a Stored Purpose system, make it possible to understand similar processes in nature, and to develop systems compatible with an approach that has successfully sustained the ecosystem for nearly three billion years. That is why we are talking with companies and government about a new generation of sustainable technologies that we expect to find their way into ...
  • next generation computer operating systems,
  • designs for a new generation of intelligent aircraft, transportation systems and hospitals,
  • biotechnology developed using the information structures of stored purpose cellular intelligence,
  • technology and processes needed to regulate, inspect and verify future mobile intelligent systems.

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