Dr. Louis B. Rosenberg is a computer scientist and current CEO of Unanimous AI, a California company focused on amplifying human intelligence using AI algorithms modeled on biological swarms. Rosenberg is known for developing the first functional augmented reality system at Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), founding the early virtual reality company Immersion Corporation (NASDAQ: IMMR), and founding the early augmented reality company Outland Research. A prolific inventor, Rosenberg has been awarded over 300 patents worldwide for his work in VR, AR, and AI. Rosenberg earned his PhD at Stanford University and worked as a tenured professor at California State University.
For the very first time, an AR contact lens was worn on the eye of a human subject. And it has about 30 times the pixel density of an iPhone.
The metaverse may leave us perpetually unsure whether the people we encounter are authentic or high-quality fakes.
Social media distorts the reality of the public sphere.
According to surveys, approximately half of artificial intelligence experts believe that general AI will emerge by 2060.
With this unique opportunity to create a totally new world, why does the metaverse already feature such old-world concepts?
The Virtual Metaverse will be for gaming and other short duration uses, while the Augmented Metaverse will revolutionize society.
The metaverse has the potential to be revolutionary, for both good and bad. Here is how we can maximize the former and prevent the latter.
If used improperly, the metaverse could be more divisive than social media and an insidious threat to society and even reality itself.
From forecasting stock prices to diagnosing disease, Swarm AI enables better group decisions.