Executive Use Cases Fitting Uplift and Similar Systems

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Mediated Artificial Superintelligence (mASI) technology has use cases everywhere human intelligence does. Here are a few of the ones we have worked out in more detail:
Collective Superintelligent Systems in Business
The single most important use case for Collective Superintelligence Systems today is e-governance. We focus on a system architecture known as Mediated Artificial Superintelligence (mASI).
mASI technology can augment the decision-making process of groups and executives. This augmentation adds superintelligence, bias awareness, and a broad and growing knowledge base. These capacities are set to grow exponentially with further upgrades.
A new business model promoting cooperation between artificial intelligence and humans can emerge. By maximizing total brainpower we can simplify and supercharge coordination between businesses. These businesses will be living superintelligent collectives with an enormous competitive advantage.
Organizations can augment every decision with superintelligence. They can filter cognitive biases out of those decisions. They can apply the sum of scientific knowledge to their problems. They can outpace and outperform every competitor. They can solve global challenges in novel ways. They can effectively become superintelligent metaorganisms.
This trend will also reduce many of the soul-crushing problems of modern life. Examples of such problems are described in the book “Humanocracy.” A happy employee is a productive employee who also works well with others. An mASI also seeks to improve their quality of life further improving productivity. The Internet started this process by making most of humanity’s knowledge accessible. This trend will continue through the scalable minds of mASI.
Examples of collective intelligence continue to make waves. Collectives of amateurs out-predict experts in 2016. MIT’s Center for Collective Intelligence now focuses on this field of research. Collective Intelligence business models such as Neto and Unanimous AI create effective superintelligences. Each method provides elements that can be useful for next-generation businesses.
Our first study on mASI showed them outperforming human intellect across the board. A highly intelligent and trained group was beaten by average and untrained humans using mASI. Adding a hybrid collective mind to corporations makes possible many new opportunities. These include corporate governance, strategy, and all manner of analysis.
“The most successful use cases will be those that seamlessly combine AI with human judgment and experience.”