A Smart Offer for the New European Commission: Universal Artificial Intelligence: AI for Everybody and Everything (AI4EE)

Ursula von der Leyen

President of EC European Commission

Rue de la Loi / Wetstraat 200

1049 Brussels, Belgium

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Subject: AI4EE: Universal AI for Everybody and Everything                12/16/2019

Dear President,

EIS Encyclopedic Intelligent Systems ltd has been promoting the most sought-after technology, Universal AI Model, as the base for Global Intelligent Platform, or I-World:

As part of Global AI for Everybody and Everything Initiative, Universal (General) AI Model is to be propagated among the leading AI powers, as EU, Russia, USA, China, as well as the UN.

The investment cost of Global AI Platform is rather economic, Euro 1bn, what is similar to Microsoft’s investment of $1bn for a prospective AGI R&D, but for their own commercial profits.

Real/Universal/General AI is to secure for the EU a sustainable smart socio-economic growth, as well as the global AI leadership. For, as the Russian President recognized, “Whoever becomes the leader in this sphere (AI) will become the ruler of the world”...

Please see as attached the relevant docs, and the UAI brief. 

The first real model of Encyclopedic Machine Intelligence

EIS has developed the Universal AI Model, as consisting of the following elements of Universal Intelligent Platform, I-World:

·       Machine World Model (The WORLD.Schema, World Entities Global REFERENCE; Universal Human-Machine Ontology; USECS, Universal Standard Entity Classification SYSTEM);

·       Master Algorithm (for symbolic and sub-symbolic machine learning algorithms, as deductive and inductive reasoning, connectionism, evolutionary computation, Bayes' theorem or analogical modelling; Global Causal Network);

·       World Data Framework (WorldDataArchitecture);

·       Global Knowledge Base (WorldKnowledgeNet, or WorldNet,  embracing WordNet, ConceptNet, MindNet, TextNet, ImageNet, SpeechNet, ActionNet, PeopleNet, SocialNet, InterNet, CityNet, IndustryNet, NationNet,…PlanetNet, SpaceNet)

·       Domain Knowledge Base (DomainKnowledgeNet).

EIS is to propose the first real model and system architecture of the Universal AI to all the interested parties, including the key players of the global AI market, as G(oogle)-M(icrosoft)A(pple)F(acebook)IBM)A(mazon) and B(aidu)A(libaba)T(encent), to become the first license-holder of the truly disruptive and sustainable innovation of True Artificial Intelligence.

As a key part of Global AI4EE, Artificial Intelligence for Everybody and Everything, Mission, the Universal AI Model is to be offered for the leading AI corporations and state powers, as the EU, Russia, USA, China, as well as the UN as promoting 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

The investment cost for implementing the Universal AI prototype as the I-World Platform is Euro 1bn, what is similar to Microsoft’s investment of $1bn for a prospective AGI R&D.

"Multiyear partnership founded on shared values of trustworthiness and empowerment, and an investment of $1 billion from Microsoft, will focus on building a platform that OpenAI will use to create new AI technologies and deliver on the promise of artificial general intelligence".

https://news.microsoft.com/2019/07/22/openai-forms-exclusive-computing-…

Resources

Universal AI and how much might cost real AI model

https://futurium.ec.europa.eu/european-ai-alliance/best-practices/unive…

Artificial Superintelligence as the next big thing

https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/news/artificial-superinte…

Abdoullaev A. Reality, universal ontology, and knowledge systems: toward the intelligent world. - Hershey; New York: IGI Publishing, 2008.

Chapter I   Introduction: Towards the Intelligent Civilization of Ontological Technology ............. 1

What are Ontology and Computing Ontology? ....................... 1

The Standard Ontology for Machines and People .................. 10

Knowledge Society and Ontological Technology ................... 16

References ..................................................... 23

Chapter II  Ways to View the World: A Standard Ontology as

            the Reality Framework and World Code .............. 28

Introduction ................................................... 28

Top-Level Ontologies and Languages: The State of the Art ....... 30

Ontological Fundamentals ....................................... 34

The Elements and Principles of Reality ......................... 42

Carving Reality at its Joints, or the Ways to Classify

Things, Beings, Entities, or Resources ......................... 46

Conclusion ..................................................... 54

References ..................................................... 54

 

Chapter III The World Code: Mathematical Ontology as the

            Real Road to Reality .............................. 57

Introduction ................................................... 57

The Standard Model of Reality .................................. 60

The Categories of the World .................................... 70

Conclusion ..................................................... 73

References ..................................................... 74

Chapter IV  What Makes Reality: Ontological Classes and

            Rules ............................................. 75

Introduction ................................................... 75

The Pillars of Reality Modeling ................................ 76

The Class of Substance (Objects, Material, and Nonmaterial) .... 79

The Class of State (Properties, Qualities, and Quantities) ..... 86

The Class of Change (Actions, Activities, and Events) .......... 96

Conclusion .................................................... 106

References .................................................... 107

Chapter V   What Orders Reality: Relationship, Relatives,

            and Relations .................................... 108

Introduction .................................................. 108

How to Define and Describe Relations .......................... 110

The Ontology of Relations ..................................... 1ll

A Universal Classification of Relations ....................... 119

Conclusion .................................................... 123

References .................................................... 124

Chapter VI  What Organizes the World: N-Relational

            Entities ......................................... 126

Introduction .................................................. 126

The Mathematics of Real Relationships ......................... 128

The Formal Ontology of Relationships: N-Relational Model

of Reality .................................................... 136

Conclusion .................................................... 143

References .................................................... 144

Chapter VII What Determines the World: Causality as the

            Life-or-Death Relationship ....................... 146

Introduction .................................................. 146

A Unified Causal Theory: Causality, Inverse Causality, and

Causation ..................................................... 147

Causal Physics: Natural Processes, Forward, and Reverse ....... 154

Causal Mathematics: Formal Representation of Complex

Reality ....................................................... 160

Causal Sociology: Formal Representation of Social Reality ..... 168

Causal Reversibility as a Mechanism of the Real World,

or the Ail-Embracing Totality of Reverse Causality ............ 173

Conclusion .................................................... 178

References .................................................... 178

Chapter VIII How to Reason about the World: The Common

            Reasoning Platform ............................... 181

Introduction .................................................. 181

The Real Logic of Things: The Kinds of Human and Machine

Thinking ...................................................... 182

Common Reasoning Environment: World Reasoning Rules and

the Web Rules Language ........................................ 186

Conclusion .................................................... 195

References .................................................... 195

Chapter IX  How the World is Signified: Real World

            Semantics, or What Meaning Relation is ........... 196

Introduction .................................................. 196

Ontology and Semantics ........................................ 198

Ontological Linguistics: A Unified Theory of Language ......... 201

Conclusion .................................................... 209

References .................................................... 209

Chapter X   How to Represent the World: Ontology-

            Controlled Natural Languages ..................... 211

Introduction .................................................. 211

Universal Namespace and Web Namespaces ........................ 213

Prepositions and Adverbs: Nature, Meaning, and

Classification ................................................ 227

Verb Space: Verbs, Predicates, and Entity Types ............... 229

Sentence Patterns: Sentences and RDF Triples .................. 236

Causal Statements: Syntax, Semantics, Ontology ................ 245

Conclusion .................................................... 252

References .................................................... 252

Chapter XI  Natural Language Intelligences: The Virtual

            or Digital Aristotle ............................. 255

Introduction .................................................. 255

A Universal Query System: The Entity Categories for

Question Answering Systems .................................... 257

The Standard Ontology and the WordNet Taxonomy ................ 263

Conclusion .................................................... 271

References .................................................... 272

Chapter XII The Knowledge Society Applications: The RRR

            Language Machines ................................ 273

Introduction .................................................. 273

The RRR Machines: The Nature of Knowledge and World

Knowledge Systems ............................................. 275

The Meaning Processing in the Virtual Aristotle ............... 281

Ontology Machinery and Universal Knowledge Transducer ......... 290

The Encyclopedic Knowledge Base of the Virtual Aristotle ...... 295

Conclusion .................................................... 299

References .................................................... 300

Chapter XIII Reality Classification System: A Product Line

            of the EIS UFO ................................... 302

Introduction .................................................. 302

The USECS®, Unified Standard Entity Classification System ..... 303

UFO and Upper Ontologies ...................................... 311

The Encyclopedic Knowledge Base of the Virtual Aristotle ...... 314

About the Author .............................................. 319

Index ......................................................... 321

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