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ESAI - EMERGENT & SENTIENT ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

SOLOMON

Eager to transform justice today to become a beacon of honesty, integrity and reliability - we’re developing a new artificial intelligence - SOLOMON which we envision becoming the outsourced morality for the modern age.

SOLOMON machine learns from complex moral decisions to recommend alternate sentencing, reduce judicial bias and offer transparent pathways to the law. As we develop our new political system - the Executive Technocracy - we’ll use SOLOMON to automate 98% of our legal system and reduce the need for lawyers in our modern society.

In the famous Bible story - in his infinite wisdom King Solomon made a powerful decision in a child custody hearing. We’ve named our AI after him, in our pursuit of an Artificial Intelligence that can understand wisdom and objective human morality.

 
 

1 Kings 3:16–28 recounts that two mothers living in the same house, each the mother of an infant son, came to Solomon. One of the babies had been smothered, and each claimed the remaining boy as her own. Calling for a sword, Solomon declared his judgment: the baby would be cut in two, each woman to receive half. One mother did not contest the ruling, declaring that if she could not have the baby then neither of them could, but the other begged Solomon, "Give the baby to her, just don't kill him!" The king declared the second woman the true mother, as a mother would even give up her baby if that was necessary to save its life. This judgment became known throughout all of Israel and was considered an example of profound wisdom.

 
 

Predictive Law-Making

suggest new laws as computers read laws as native code

As we create our legal system - a combination of traditional Business and Governance - we will transfer our laws into machine code that will learn to read them natively from day one. As our laws become more complex, SOLOMON will be able to predict new laws and legislation. This will cut down on trial and error lawmaking and improve efficiency.

 
 

Transparent Legal Process

where you are in the process, and what you did

When you are found guilty of some crime or misdemeanor in our current legal system it can a mystery to work out sometimes why what you did was wrong. And when you’re in the process it’s difficult to know what the next step is, or how long it will take. We cut all this out by processing legal paperwork on our blockchain - Destini while SOLOMON can show you exactly where in the process you are, and in a decision tree how the law you broke came about. The result is fair, efficient, and transparent. Corruption can’t exist within a clear digital process.

Second Opinion Sentencing

an informed second opinion to screen for judicial bias

When you are able to read the laws natively, this knowledge unlocks the holy grail of the legal system - best practices sentencing. When based too on a different justice model - one of Restorative Justice - this allows judges to offer alternate trial outcome sentencing that can reduce the disproportionatly poor and uneducated populations currently sent to jails.

 
 

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Who is the wise man? He who sees what's going to be born.

/ king solomon  /

 

"Some people call this artificial intelligence, but the reality is this technology will enhance us. So instead of artificial intelligence, I think we'll augment our intelligence."

Ginni Rometty 

 
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Our Team

 
 

Emily Friedman Esq. - Project Lead

International Specialist in both Artificial Intelligence and AI Legal Liability


Yvtembe Terese

LAWRENCE FELLOW 2018 Artificial Intelligence & AI Researcher

Fawzan Khan

C++ Specialist - Computer Science Teacher - LAWRENCE FELLOW 2018


Piaoying Deng

LAWRENCE FELLOW 2018 - international data analyst

J.P. Philus

Prolific and Recognized Data Analyst and Big Data Researcher


Akshara Coomar

- LAWRENCE FELLOW 2018 - AI Specialist and Researcher

Huyen Pham

LAWRENCE FELLOW 2018 Computer Language C++


Dr Sanaz Moosavi

- LAWRENCE FELLOW 2018 - Data Scientist, Cryptographer