TEACH a man how to fish, and you can feed him for a lifetime. Homegrown artificial intelligence (AI) company Xjera Labs aims to do just that, with the aid of neural networks and deep learning algorithms.
Its AI engine Athena can train software to perform specific tasks, whether these pertain to recognising sushi, teaching drones to fly or spotting intruders.
The company’s co-founder and chief executive Ethan Chu compares Athena to a school for its “pupils” – in Xjera’s case, these are its products named XIntelligence, XTransport and XHound.
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