What if software can learn and set its own goals?

What if software can be trained naturally?

What if software can recognize, predict, decide, and act?

What if software can have DNA and evolve?

What if that software, is your software?


A Key GAIuS Component

GAIuS agents are organized as a graph of operators.  These graph edges are called “Manipulatives” and their nodes are called “Primitives”.

Manipulatives are simply user-created functions performed on data in the GAIuS information processing framework which pass data from Primitives or other Manipulatives.

Primitives are themselves a consistent, highly structured GAIuS component. The internal architecture of the GAIuS Primitive may be seen in the detailed presentation on the Concept Introduction page.

This page is reserved for the cataloging and description of available GAIuS Manipulatives.  We’re busy creating and testing, and hope to have an initial catalog of Manipulatives here relatively soon.


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