Universal Grammar for AI
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A Universal Grammar between Human & Artificial Intelligence

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THE LANGUAGE PROBLEM OF AI

IN WHICH GRAMMAR WILL HUMAN & ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCES SPEAK WITH EACH OTHER?

HUMAN TO AI

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THERE ARE 500+ DIFFERENT ways TO TELL AN AI “order Pizza”

“Alexa, I am huungry, order at Flying!”
”Hey Siri, as usual - today extra spicy!”
“Google, order lunch!!”

Human language is complex: Slang, syntax, vocabulary - verbal user commands are heterogenous and extremely individual.

 

VS.

 

AI TO AI

But, IN WHICH language WILL AIS tell EACH OTHER ABOUT IT?

Pizza who else? Date who else? Apartment who else? Taxi who else? Babysitter who else?

who else? is a universal address system to simplify documenting human language - an accounting system for spoken words.

WHO ELSE? UNIVERSAL GRAMMAR

A SIMPLIFIED LANGUAGE TO COMPUTE
HUMAN VOICE USER COMMANDS in AI

Who else? NamespACE

Voice Internet brand consumer can trust blindly

who else? Namespace is a blockchain for Voice Internet services: We build a catalogue for voice-first e-commerce and IoT applications in simple language. As brand for an age-friendly language in AI, “who else?” is the only question a user ever needs to know for speaking with AIs.

Who eLSE? Protocol

Voice Internet compression format & encoding protocol

who else? Protocol is a Voice Internet API and UX standard: We provide a unified accounting principle for the exchange of information about spoken user inputs between different AI ecosystems. “who else?” is an Universal Grammar between AIs.

DATE WHO ELSE?

APARTMENT WHO ELSE?

TAXI WHO ELSE?

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DEEP DIVE

ACCOUNTING OF HUMAN LANGUAGE BY WHO ELSE?

 

1. LANGUAGE ENCODING

We improve the communication between different AI ecosystems by an unified framework to encode and exchange information about spoken user commands.


2. SEMANTIC COMPRESSION

We provide AI developers with frameworks to standardise how human language is exchanged between different components.


3. PRIVACY BY DESIGN

We help users to protect personal identifiable information (language patterns, biometric characteristics) by a client-side encoding of their verbal expressed intent.



4. VOICE INTERNET MARKETPLACE

We provide consumers a service catalog they can trust blindly: “who else?” is the only question a user ever needs to know.


5. WHO ELSE? IOT BROWSERS

We build an ecosystem of language-first Voice Internet applications as an open marketplace.


6. LANGUAGE INTEROPERABILITY

We pioneer ideas for language-first technology ecosystems making potentially any kind of application explainable in simple language.

Launching 2019

JOB WHO ELSE?

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