Project Notai centers on the development of an expert programming system, or software that knows how to write code to solve problems. Once such a system is constructed, it will be assigned the task of rewriting itself to be as efficient as possible. Clones of the expert system can be specialized to focus on becoming an expert in a variety of disciplines. It is expected that Notai will make search requests on Google, and access the internet for code examples and other pertinent information. For example, it should make extensive use of sites like GitHub, which contains a rich repository of open source software. Initially, Notai will be written in Python and will use the Neo4j graph database for storing code and all other information. This first version of the expert system is a kind of bootstrap or gateway to greater software development. While the developers of Notai may not know how to program solutions for any given problem, this system will work tirelessly to find and develop those solutions. It's conceivable that it may chose to write some code in computer languages other than Python, or even write its own computer language; it all depends on the requirements and constraints of the request at hand, and how the optimal solution can be derived. Notai means “not AI,” the intention of which is to not focus on artificial intelligence per se, but will utilize machine learning to engineer a system that has expertise in writing and executing code. If a user wants to have the system to explore methods in AI, then that is entirely possible. Undoubtedly, the system would produce surprising and unexpected results. Variants of Notai could be tailored to specific applications in finance, medicine, technology, and the arts and sciences. It cannot be stressed enough the impact that Notai will have on all of these areas.
Project Notai will use the Neo4j graph database and the Cypher Query Language in its expert system rather than using a traditional relational database and Structured Query Language. Neo4j is ACID-compliant, meaning it has Atomicity, Consistency, Isolation and Durability.
We believe it is incumbent upon all of us to repair our world, to leave it a better place than we found it, and to ensure a brighter future for our children to inherit. We maintain that it is better to create than to destroy - and finer still to restore than to abandon.
Development of our advanced expert system, Project Notai, will take place in Suite 228 at SUNY Fredonia's Technology Incubator in Dunkirk, New York, beginning June 1, 2018.
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Cython contains a superset of all of the features of Python, but having the performance of C. Cython is compiled, so applications can be distributed without revealing its underlying source code, protecting intellectual property. Cython is derived from Pyrex.
Notai will use the InterPlanetary FileSystem (IPFS), a peer-to-peer hypermedia protocol to make the web faster, safer and more open. Think distributed. Think cryptographic.