Autonomous AI Powered by Cortica

FINTICA exclusively utilizes the Cortica Autonomous AI platform and suite of technologies, a groundbreaking artificial intelligence system based on a true understanding of how the mammal cortex learns and interprets signals.

 

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Biologically Inspired Technology

Beginning with research at the Technion Institute of Technology in Israel, Cortica’s Autonomous AI was the product of extensive biological research into how signals are interpreted by the different neural networks within physical brain tissue. These early breakthroughs coupled with over 14 years of research and development have ushered in the next generation of artificial intelligence – Autonomous AI.

Backed by more than 200 patents, and developed by leading AI researchers, Autonomous AI is the next generation of artificial intelligence. it is capable of learning on its own, allowing it to crawl across massive data sets in search of patterns, anomalies, and more.


The Key to Intelligence: Unsupervised Learning

Artificial Intelligence is set to completely transform the financial technology sector, however there are considerable data challenges that must be addressed.

State of the art artificial intelligence systems today typically rely upon deep learning, a computational process that requires highly structured and clean data to teach the system.

The need for annotated data and supervised learning processes coupled with the lack of transparency lead to severe limitations in deep learning systems.

The Cortica Autonomous AI platform, utilized by FINTICA, takes a fundamentally different approach to intelligence. Utilizing unsupervised learning methodologies, Autonomous AI is capable of clustering, contextualizing, and understanding unstructured and raw data on its own. The system is capable of learning on its own, very similar to the way the human cortex interprets signals and information.

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The result is the next generation of Artificial Intelligence - Autonomous AI - capable of learning on its own, interacting with the real-world, and collaborating with other machines.