Brain2Bot is building the world’s first autonomous robotic pets with Artificial General Intelligent

Our robotic pets actually learn, show emotion, evolve, and engage dynamically based on how you interact with them. We are taking a bottom-up approach to Artificial General Intelligence (AGI), the ability of a machine to generalize from one domain to another, by using hard neuroscience. Our plan is to continue to evolve that research in-house and then express it through our robotic pets in further generations of products.

Intelligent

Learns just like a real animal

Responsive

Dynamic, natural reactions

Engaging

Captivates you with dramatic emotions

Evolving

Adapts with every reaction

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We believe all living things hold the secret to learning and intelligence— not just the ones with a neocortex.

Our robotic pets actually learn, show emotion, evolve, and engage dynamically based on how you interact with them. We are taking a bottom-up approach to Artificial General Intelligence (AGI), the ability of a machine to generalize from one domain to another, by using hard neuroscience. Our plan is to continue to evolve that research in-house and then express it through our robotic pets in further generations of products.

We believe all living things hold the secret to learning and intelligence— not just the ones with a neocortex.

AI solutions in the current marketplace are narrowly intelligent—one problem, one solution—and computationally expensive. The short-comings of AI are particularly evident in toys. The smart toys on the market today aren’t smart, despite a high customer expectations and strong market demand. Robotic toys are unresponsive and unable to learn, resulting in an unengaged consumer. AGI is currently informed by outdated and incomplete psychology and neuroscience based on the neocortex. A new approach to AGI is necessary to deliver intelligence in a small package.

We believe all living things hold the secret to learning and intelligence— not just the ones with a neocortex.

AI solutions in the current marketplace are narrowly intelligent—one problem, one solution—and computationally expensive. The short-comings of AI are particularly evident in toys. The smart toys on the market today aren’t smart, despite a high customer expectations and strong market demand.

The Team

Gunnar Newquist, Ph.D.

Founder/CEO

Bill Wendin

Chief Technology Officer

Jason Dekker

Executive Chairman

Seon O’Shannon

Software Engineer