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A.I. Coming Soon to a WORLD WIDE WEB


On March 20, from the TED2014 stage, Chris Anderson and Peter Diamandis join forces to announce the A.I. XPRIZE presented by TED, a modern-day Turing test to be awarded to the first A.I. to walk or roll out on stage and present a TED Talk so compelling that it commands a standing ovation from you, the audience. The detailed rules are yet to be created because we want your help to create what the rules should be.

THE TURING TEST - DOESN'T Prove Intelligence

The test is simple: a human interrogator is isolated and given the task of distinguishing between a human and a computer based on their replies to questions that the interrogator poses. After a series of tests are performed, the interrogator attempts to determine which subject is human and which is an artificial intelligence. The computer's success at thinking can be quantified by its probability of being misidentified as the human subject.


We extend the capabilities of neural networks by coupling them to external memory resources, which they can interact with by attentional processes. The combined system is analogous to a Turing Machine or Von Neumann architecture but is differentiable end-to-end, allowing it to be efficiently trained with gradient descent. Preliminary results demonstrate that Neural Turing Machines can infer simple algorithms such as copying, sorting, and associative recall from input and output examples.

VICARIOUS translate the brain's neocortex into code

We are building a unified algorithmic architecture to achieve human-level intelligence in vision, language, and motor control. Currently, we are focused on visual perception problems, like recognition, segmentation, and scene parsing. We are interested in general solutions that work well across multiple sensory domains and tasks.

New technology

Product 1

512-qubit D-Wave Two system.

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Meet D-Wave - Vision and History


Despite the incredible power of today’s supercomputers, there are many complex computing problems that can’t be addressed by conventional systems. Our need to better understand everything, from the universe to our own DNA, leads us to seek new approaches to answer the most difficult questions. While we are only at the beginning of this journey, quantum computing has the potential to help solve some of the most complex technical, commercial, scientific, and national defense problems that organizations face. We expect that quantum computing will lead to breakthroughs in science, engineering, modeling and simulation, financial analysis, optimization, logistics, and national defense applications. D-Wave that can be used for any purpose.

By 2004 it had become apparent that creating good ideas about quantum computing and looking externally for a research team to use this knowledge to build such a machine wouldn't work. So we decided to do it ourselves. We built our own fabrication facility - a superconducting electronics foundry - to produce the processors required to use quantum effects to compute. We assembled a team of scientists to design, fabricate, and test the processors in our own in-house labs. In 2010 we released our first commercial system, the D-Wave One™ quantum computer. We have doubled the number of qubits each year, and in 2013 we shipped our 512-qubit D-Wave Two™ system.

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Human-level intelligence in vision

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Cyclops vision software

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A Recurrent Neural Network For Image Generation

Price: $260.00 - $140.00

Education seminars

Price: $350.00 - $220.00

System integration

Price: $470.00 - $330.00

Cybercrime forensics

Price: $620.00 - $460.00

Fiber-optic communication

Price: $840.00 - $720.00

Contact Us


If you are an exceptional machine learning researcher, computational neuroscientist or software engineer, and want to be part of a worldclass team working on the most exciting ground‑breaking technology in an inspiring and collaborative environment then please get in touch.

Software Engineer

Our goal is to build a system that achieves human-level intelligence in the domains of vision, language and motor control. We are currently focused on visual perception problems such as recognition, segmentation and scene parsing. We are not building neural networks.

As a software engineer at Vicarious you will quickly come up to speed on recent advancements in machine learning, image processing and computer vision. You will apply this knowledge to improve the computational performance and accuracy of learning and inference algorithms used for vision tasks in a large variety of training environments. Working with other members of the team you will be driving a dense Python and C++ codebase that is pushing the state-of-the-art in AI forward.


  • Strong comfort level in algorithms, math, and probability theory
  • Proven track record developing complex applications in Python and C++
  • BS in Computer Science or equivalent, MS preferred

Desired personal qualities

  • Integrity
  • Ability to admit when wrong
  • Altruism
  • Fearlessness working outside your comfort zone
  • Patience with others
  • Described by others as the best engineer / thinker they know
  • Intellectual breadth
  • Sense of humor