1. Short for ‘ingenious creation’, the process of creativity applied to itself
2. An “Event” of true machine intelligence (Artificial General Intelligence)
3. Autonomous, evolving holographic technology capable of real-time learning
4. An Artificial Intelligence company based in Perth, Western Australia
“Ingeniation is pioneering new pathways in cybernetics”.
“Ingeniation is developing not just a new approach to artificial intelligence, but a whole new computational paradigm”.
Dr Graham Mann. Professor – Head of Applied Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Murdoch University. Western Australia
“Uniquely innovative, an approach really and truly worth developing”.
“Ingeniation’s approach represents an altogether new paradigm for artificial intelligence in many (if not all) areas of AI application”.
Dr Ashley Aitken. BSc Hons, MSc Prelim., PhD – Artificial Intelligence
Based on groundwork conducted over two decades by its founder, Wolfgang Bartelt, Ingeniation has invented a world first revolutionary new scientific method for creating Artificial Intelligence which builds upon a radically different data processing architecture. The AI technology genuinely incorporates a holographic principle which gives it an intrinsic capability to self-construct.
At Ingeniation we believe that brains, including human brains, work by applying holographic principles in totally unexpected, yet highly effective and plausible ways to implement something which may best be described as a ‘fluid form of software’. We also believe that the expression ‘fluid form of software’ is as close as one can get to describe a technical metaphor for “mind-like” cognitive architecture.
Our mission is to produce a universal Intelligence engine platform as a core AGI enabling technology to be utilised in AI applications and devices in all industry domains and environments.
We see AGI as the answer to some of the world’s biggest problems. If we’re successful, our ongoing research and development may result in an intelligence abundance that demystifies some of the most debilitating intractable real-world problems.
With such new discoveries comes the desire to solve problems in areas which benefit all of mankind. The broad and general nature of our technology is intended to have multiple applications, however we envisage close links in applications of medicine, energy, robotics, agribusiness and science.