thanks for that snippet i think we have found a common role model then !
Interesting work is always interesting
The thing i know is that there are always two aspects to studying any subject,one is the science of it, and the other is the tools related to the science. I cant really say if Jibo SDK would give us an indepth idea of how the underlying science of AI (assuming it is classical AI) works, but yes it might give a general idea.The SDK tools might give an idea of programmable options related to AI and response to external stimulus, but i think one has to dig much deeper into the scientific principles , which is converted to notational maths and then proceed to understand the hardware innovations that are driving AI, to understand what exactly gives it a lovable personality.
Definitely will share anything on the AI front that i can dig up.
Amazing how the guy convinces investors. Wish i had half his panache! But seriously why is he trying to use AI to work with governments . The digital narrative of our country is so nascent our govt websites, dont even have proper UIs , forget AI If he really wants to solve government problems, he should try creating a better IRCTC, esp. to handle load balancing 10,000 web requests a second during tatkal timing
Inspired by you, ive spent the whole day digging up Machine Learning concepts, and im trying to come up with a theoretical model for machine learning. Long way to go but very much on the lines of what you are saying is a defense against the dark arts, or rather a behavioral simulation program that can make right / wrong decisions as opposed to left - right decisions.( i hope that cliche is easy to understand, i intend to use it now as a sales pitch ).
I mention theoretical coz i dont think at this stage anything practical can be conjured so easily. Research into machine learning can easily take up to a year for any normal individual, before you know exactly what we are dealing with.
I think its excruciatingly difficult to come up with a cybersecurity and AI product idea, since both fields are supremely challenging and especially Cyber security the domain is the toughest i can think of personally to enter. Its easy to do an ethical hacking course by paying a couple of lakhs, and call yourself a white hacker, but seriously if you want to get into the field you need a good 15-20 years of experience in networking, programming and technology in general.
I will definitely share my project pitch with you for your feedback on Machine Learning if i can get it ready in time for the upcoming startup conferences in Bangalore.
For some reason, these conferences always happen in the latter part of year.