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AI and Autonomy

Verses announces Genius public beta preview and webinar June 20

Genius is the world’s first natural computing system modeled after biological processes

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Verses AI Inc. (CBOE:VERS) (OTCQB:VRSSF) has announced an upcoming public beta preview of Genius, the world’s first natural computing system.

Genius private beta was rolled out in October 2023 to a small group of partners and on June 20, 2024, beta access to Genius will be rolled out to the broader developer community to collect feedback and feature requests to ultimately improve the platform.

In addition, a webinar will be conducted by CEO Gabriel Rene, Chief Product Officer Hari Thiruvengada, and President James Hendrickson to demonstrate the software and discuss rollout plans. Developers can sign up for beta access here and those interested can register for the webinar here.

“We’ve designed Genius to empower developers to create a new class of intelligent software systems that transcend the capabilities of today’s AI platforms,” Thiruvengada said in a news release.

The webinar will commence with a live demonstration followed by a Q&A session.

Genius is first natural computing system modeled after biological processes

Genius, the world’s first natural computing system, is modeled after biological processes. Unlike AI, which requires enormous data sets to recognize and reconstruct patterns, the Verses AI Genius platform utilizes nature’s biological processes to generate agents.

The Genius Agent is a fundamental element of the platform, utilizing advanced techniques to model beliefs and make well-informed decisions. This enables it to execute optimal actions while still maintaining balance, a state of homeostasis to manage uncertainty and risk.

The highly adaptable architecture allows the agent to handle complex cognitive operations with a sophisticated network of other agents. Whether you have basic needs and simple tasks or require more advanced cognitive abilities, the agent adapts dynamically to provide you with solutions to help you meet your business challenges.

The Genius Core is an advanced, comprehensive solution designed to redefine data storage and management for agents. It handles all types of input including documents, vectors, and knowledge graphs, actively managing, organizing, and enriching the data. This multi-dimensional storage system is built from the ground up to handle agent-based daily operations.

Read more: Verses AI onboards chief product officer in push for AI product Genius

Read more: Verses AI raises CAd$10M in private placement and leans into AI product, Genius

Other recent developments in the world of artificial intelligence

The world of artificial intelligence continues to develop at breakneck speed. OpenAI recently inked a deal with Reddit, securing access to real-time content through the platform’s API. This will allow OpenAI to incorporate content from Reddit into ChatGPT and other new products and better analyze the data on which their models are trained. This means models like ChatGPT can be continually updated with user-generated conversations, enabling them to respond more accurately.

With the introduction of Gemini 1.5 Flash, enhancements to Gemini 1.5 Pro, and progress on Project Astra, Google has launched a series of improvements to its AI products. Gemini 1.5 Flash is the newest addition to Google’s AI models and is designed to be faster and more effective. Although it is more lightweight than the 1.5 Pro, Gemini 1.5 Flash can analyze and reason vast amounts of information. Additionally, it features a breakthrough context window of one million tokens.

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