Universal Grammar for AI

UNIVERSAL GRAMMAR FOR ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE


1️⃣VOICE APPLICATIONS ARE A PARADIGM SHIFT: LANGUAGE IS HARD TO COMPUTE & VOICE INTERFACES HARD TO USE

 

2️⃣WHO ELSE? PROVIDES A META SEMANTIC FOR AI: A UNIVERSAL GRAMMAR TO ENCODE SPOKEN LANGUAGE

3️⃣LANGUAGE USABILITY IS THE TRUE CHALLENGE OF AI: HOW WILL PEOPLE KNOW WHAT THEY CAN ASK FOR?

 

4️⃣THE WHO ELSE? BRAND IS BASED ON A NEW PROOF OF UNIVERSAL GRAMMAR: LANGUAGE HARD-WIRED IN THE HUMAN MIND

5️⃣LANGUAGE IS THE FILE-SYSTEM OF HUMAN THOUGHT: “WHO ELSE? IS INTO..” REPRESENTS HOW USERS EXPERIENCE ONLINE SERVICES

 

6️⃣PROOF 1; WHO ELSE? IS HOW PEOPLE SPEAK WITH EACH OTHER IN SOCIAL NETWORKS

7️⃣PROOF 2: WHO ELSE? IS HOW PEOPLE SEARCH IN ONLINE

 

8️⃣PROOF 3: WHO ELSE? IS LANGUAGE USED AS INTERFACE NAVIGATION

9️⃣GEORGE CLOONEY IS “WHAT ELSE?”

 

1️⃣0️⃣= “WHO ELSE?” MUST BE A BRAND EVERYBODY KNOWS ALREADY: LANGUAGE SYNONYM WITH ONLINE SERVICES

1️⃣1️⃣WHO ELSE? REACHES CONSUMER IN MULTIPLE NICHES AT ONCE

 

1️⃣2️⃣WHO ELSE? IS A BRAND DESIGNED FOR COGNITIVE UP-SELLING

1️⃣3️⃣WHO ELSE? IS A MORE LOGIC WAY TO SPEAK WITH IOT INTERFACES USERS DON´T KNOW YET

 

1️⃣4️⃣WHO ELSE? IS THE SHORTEST, YET SEMANTIC CORRECT WAY TO QUERY AIS

1️⃣5️⃣WHO ELSE? IS A SELF-EXPLANATORY BRAND, ONCE LEARNED PEOPLE CAN AUTOMATICALLY ANTICIPATE WHAT ELSE THEY CAN USE IT FOR

 

1️⃣6️⃣WHO ELSE? PROVIDES AGE-FRIENDLY USABILITY: USERS OF ALL AGES UNDERSTAND HOW TO USE IT - A BRAND WITH LIFE-LONG MEMORABILITY

1️⃣7️⃣WHO ELSE? IS THE MP3 OF AI: BY USING HARD-WIRED RELATIONSHIPS OF LANGUAGE WE ENCODE SOCIO-ECONOMIC INTENT IN A SIMPLIFIED GRAMMAR

 

1️⃣8️⃣WHO ELSE? MAKES USERS SPOKEN COMMANDS CROSS-LANGUAGE INTEROPERABLE AND ENABLES ACCOUNTING OF INTENT RELATIONSHIPS

1️⃣9️⃣WHO ELSE? WILL BE THE ONLY QUESTION A USER EVER NEEDS TO KNOW FOR AI: AS UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE COMMAND WE OVERTAKE INTERFACES BY COMMONALITY

 

2️⃣0️⃣WHO ELSE? ENABLES LANGUAGE-BASED SUPPLY CHAINS: AS DATA MODEL FOR EXPLAINABLE AI WE GIVE SMART CITIES, CONNECTED MOBILITY AND INDUSTRY 4.0 A COMMON AI LANGUAGE

VIDEOS

Nikola Danaylov is an AI researcher and author. In this 2017 Interview Tobias and him discussed the initial who else? idea.

An example for the application of who else? grammar for Google Assistant.