Came across the launch of this interesting company recently. The main features include
- Inkling - a AI programming language designed to represent AI in terms of what you want to teach instead of the low level mechanics of how it is learned.
- The Bonsai AI Engine - The AI Engine abstracts away and automates the low-level mechanics of artificial intelligence. Each Inkling program developed is fed into the Bonsai Artificial Intelligence Engine in order to generate and train appropriate models
- BRAINs - A BRAIN is the compiled and trained intelligence model produced, hosted, and managed within the AI Engine. Each BRAIN is available for ongoing debugging, refinement, and reuse.
- After this training, the Bonsai generated API endpoints and SDK allow users to connect applications to, interact with, and analyze the models produced by the Bonsai AI Engine.
It remains to be seen whether or not this AI engine can generalize enough for a wide variety of use cases. The whole core model of teaching the machine instead of writing the learning algorithms is an interesting approach to the problem