Quorum AI Launches Beta Development Program for Engram Artificial Intelligence Engine
July 18, 2016
SAN FRANCISCO – Quorum AI today announced the opening of their beta development program for the Engram AI Engine, a next-generation Artificial Intelligence system that is capable of learning and making decisions in realtime, using a fraction of the resources required by traditional AI methods.
Potential applications for the program include recommendation systems, document filtering, natural language generation, medical diagnostics, realtime predictive analytics and on-board AI for video games. As part of the launch, Quorum AI will make the Engram AI Engine available free of charge to a select group of customers.
Participation in the beta program comes with full design and implementation support from Quorum AI. Customers will receive assistance analyzing their business needs and then designing and implementing a solution with the Engram AI Engine. If Engram is not appropriate for the situation, Quorum AI engineers will recommend and assist with implementing another AI system.
“We are interested in working with enterprise customers to build AI models using the Engram AI Engine,” said Quorum AI CEO Noah Schwartz. “For us, the beta development program is a way to explore how versatile Engram can be, but more importantly, it allows us to work with customers to find ways to use AI to meet their needs.”
Participation in the beta program also gives Quorum AI customers access to the new Analytics Toolkit and Behavior Toolkit, software tools that can be embedded directly into customer applications.
The Analytics Toolkit provides access to tools that are common in data science such as statistical modeling and predictive analytics. The Behavior Toolkit is designed for applications such as video games that require autonomous, realtime decisions as well as decision planning. Both toolkits interface directly with customer software so developers do not need to understand the internals of the Engram engine in order to build applications with it.
“We recognize that many AI applications are custom-built to address very specific business needs,” added Schwartz. “The Engram AI Engine can operate in many different domains, and we look forward to working with as many different customers as possible to broaden these toolkits. Our goal is to make it easy for anyone to use the Engram AI Engine to address whatever AI-related business needs they have.”
Participation in the beta program is through application only. Interested parties can contact Quorum AI through their website at http://quorum.ai/contact.
ABOUT QUORUM AI: Quorum AI (@QuorumAI), based in San Francisco, is a SaaS platform for artificial intelligence. Quorum AI uses proprietary algorithms and architectures that imitate how the brain encodes and learns information, resulting in unprecedented efficiency, flexibility, and transparency, that enables users to deploy AI to any device and in any environment. For more information, visit http://quorum.ai.