Nick Ernest, President and CEO of Psibernetix, recently told Etopia News that, having outgunned the U.S. Air Force's best human fighter pilot in a simulation using the ALPHA fuzzy-logic-based artificial intelligence programs, his company, a two-person S-corporation, is "looking for new contracts and new projects" to which it can apply its "unique...capability" in using "fuzzy logic" to solve "complex problems."
Already, Psibernetix (a re-imagining of the spelling of "cybernetics," a term coined by the late MIT professor Norbert Weiner to mean command-and-control in humans and machines) has used its advanced AI technology to build LITHIA, a program able to predict the likelihood that treating a given bi-polar patient with lithium will be effective and another one that can make predictions about concussions.
Future possible applications of Psibernetix's technology includes self-driving cars, autonomous aerial vehicles, Big Data, the Internet-of-Things, and market analysis.
The overall goal at Psibernetix is to enable the "real-time control of robots." That's what "cybernetics" means, and that's what Psibernetix's ALPHA does.